Definition of diplomatist in English:

diplomatist

Syllabification: di·plo·ma·tist
Pronunciation: /diˈplōmətist
 
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noun

  • old-fashioned term for diplomat.
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    • There are people for whom professional diplomatists are out of touch, upper - class ex-Oxbridge twits, paid over-large salaries for living on the cocktail circuit.
    • Solemn supermen and imperial diplomatists are proud of restraining their anger.
    • There certainly have been a great number of successful diplomatists, as they would be called in the old days.

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