noun /dɪˈploʊməˌtɪst/

It was not so easy to penetrate the motives of the Pawnees. Calm, dignified, and yet far from repulsive, they set an example of courtesy, blended with reserve, that many a diplomatist of the most polished court might have strove in vain to imitate.

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  • Diplomatist — Di*plo ma*tist, n. [Cf. F. diplomatiste a student of diplomatics.] A person employed in, or skilled in, diplomacy; a diplomat. [1913 Webster] In ability, Avaux had no superior among the numerous able diplomatists whom his country then possessed.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • diplomatist — noun Date: 1768 diplomat …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • diplomatist — /di ploh meuh tist/, n. 1. Brit. Older Use. a Foreign Office employee officially engaged as a diplomat. 2. a person who is astute and tactful in any negotiation or relationship. [1805 15; DIPLOMAT(IC) + IST] * * * …   Universalium

  • diplomatist — di|plo|ma|tist [dıˈpləumətıst US ˈplou ] n old fashioned a ↑diplomat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • diplomatist — di plo·ma·tist || É™tɪst n. one skilled in the art of managing international relations, ambassador, envoy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diplomatist — noun old fashioned term for diplomat …   English new terms dictionary

  • diplomatist — n. Negotiator, diplomat, expert in international affairs …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • diplomatist — noun (C) a diplomat …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • diplomatist — di·plo·ma·tist …   English syllables

  • diplomatist — di•plo•ma•tist [[t]dɪˈploʊ mə tɪst[/t]] n. gov diplomat • Etymology: 1805–15 …   From formal English to slang

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