ambassadorial ambassadorial  /æm ˌbæ sə ˈdɔ ri əl/


  • (adj) of or relating to or characteristic of ambassadors


  1. In the American system, there's nothing obviously wrong in making such ambassadorial choices; Roos may turn out to be an excellent envoy.
  2. Khalilzad, posted to Baghdad last June after an ambassadorial stint in Afghanistan, concedes that the post-Samarra violence has complicated the Iraqi political landscape.
  3. It has Sophie Tucker, who can make ambassadorial high-life so low-life that even her pearls seem to leer.


  • Is China the future of Western classical music?

    BEIJING - Nicholas Platt may have a longer association with the evolving Chinese culture than anyone currently in the U.S. diplomatic corps. He was here in 1972 during President Richard Nixon's first visit, and lived in China for years after before ambassadorial appointments took him elsewhere. Given his recent advisory relationship with the Philadelphia Orchestra, he's able to discuss a ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer


  1. "I can confirm that there will be a second round of talks in Baghdad soon. It will be at the ambassadorial level. Iraq will be there and the talks will be about Iraq's stability and security," Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari told Reuters.
    on Jul 17, 2007 By: Hoshyar Zebari Source: Washington Post

  2. Meanwhile, in a speech to the Foreign Office Leadership conference, the prime minister urged the nation's diplomats to "do more with less," warning that: "If you want to keep Britain's great ambassadorial residences--then I want you to show...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: David Cameron Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "You cannot solve the problems with Iran in two meetings at ambassadorial level. You have to have long, sustained meetings at a very high level," Hamilton said.
    on Sep 11, 2007 By: Lee Hamilton Source: Islamic Republic News Agency

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