diplomatist diplomatist


  • (n) an official engaged in international negotiations


  1. Able diplomatist that he is, His Holiness had foreseen that the Allies would fight.
  2. The captain of those days was navigator, merchant, banker and diplomatist as occasion required; witness his first voyage to Europe as shipmaster.
  3. A good diplomatist must be a pinch-hitter.


  1. Cold war historian John Gaddis, who is writing a biography of Mr Kennan said: "He'll be remembered as a diplomatist and a grand strategist."
    on Mar 18, 2005 By: George Kennan Source: BBC News

  2. "He'll be remembered as a diplomatist and a grand strategist," said John Lewis Gaddis, a leading historian of the cold war, who is preparing a biography of Mr. Kennan. "But he saw himself as a literary figure. He would have loved to have been...
    on Mar 17, 2005 By: John Lewis Gaddis Source: New York Times

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