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diplomatically

di pluh ma tik lee

  • r  with diplomacy; in a diplomatic manner
    he answered very diplomatically

  • After a gamer pointed out that the Web barely existed in 1990, the Brazilian replied diplomatically, "The game is set in the year 2026; it was back in 2011 that I signed up.
  • Bogged down in Iraq, America simply can't intervene as aggressively--militarily or even diplomatically--as we could a few years ago.
  • Woods, not only the greatest golfer in the world but pretty much the sport's designated Moses, may have been more than just politically and diplomatically correct when he handed .
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  • President Bush in Reuters
    The best way to solve this diplomatically is for the United States to work with other nations to send a focused message and that is that 'you will be isolated and you will have economic hardship if you continue trying to enrich,'Bush said.
  • Harry Reid in MSNBC
    I told him . . . what he needed to hear,said Mr Reid. "I believe the war at this stage can only be won diplomatically, politically and economically."
  • Stephen Hadley in International Herald Tribune
    Hadley said the administration has been trying to solve the Iranian nuclear dilemma without using force, and "the estimate offers hope that the problem can be solved diplomatically.

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