- n a diplomat of the highest rank; accredited as representative from one country to another
- n an informal representative
an ambassador of good will
- On paper, President-elect Barack Obama's choice for United Nations ambassador has much in common with another boundary-breaking, African-American, Stanford-affiliated, female .
- President-elect Barack Obama's choice as United Nations ambassador has a few things in common with another female foreign policy expert named Rice.
- Teddy Roosevelt had, along with a badger, a toad, some snakes and a pig, a bull terrier named Pete who once ripped the pants of a French ambassador.
- President Bush in USA Today
Gen. Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker tell me if the kind of success we are now seeing continues, it will be possible to maintain the same level of security with fewer American forces,Bush told reporters at a US military base, where he spent...
- Barack Obama in Reuters
Gary will be a trusted voice in my cabinet, a tireless advocate for our economic competitiveness, and an influential ambassador for American industry who will help us do everything we can -- especially now -- to promote it around the world,...
- Robert Gates in Christian Science Monitor
We have a new strategy, a new mission, and a new ambassador. I believe that a new military leadership is also needed,said Gates at a Pentagon news conference on May 12, 2009.