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- adv. In a diplomatic manner.
- adv. From the perspective of diplomacy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. According to the rules of diplomacy; in the manner of a diplomatist; artfully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- According to the rules or art of diplomacy.
- Artfully; with or by good management. With reference to diplomatics; from the point of view of diplomatics.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with diplomacy; in a diplomatic manner
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And when we see evil, I know it may hurt some people's feelings, it may not be what they call diplomatically correct, but I'm calling evil for what it is.
Remember when diplomats were discreet, and the word diplomatically had a rather ...
However, the great historian George W. Bush, now equates this to Sen. Obama's belief that foreign policy objectives are best achieved by engaging our enemies diplomatically from a position of power instead of idly making threats.
Kay believes that the administration's reluctance to engage the matter diplomatically is dangerous.
And, again diplomatically, he didn't mention anything about a nasty tone to his interrogation.
What they've worked out diplomatically is the equivalent of squeezing the Skydome through the eye of the needle.
Iran is feeling the pressure, but they have not taken the step that they need to diplomatically, which is to say, 'We will pursue peaceful nuclear power.
Donovan sent Roosevelt a protest letter, which he tried his best to word diplomatically.
Thus on July 16, Buchanan delivered to the British minister a letter that can only be described as diplomatically inelegant.
It would be difficult for the U.S. to intervene militarily everywhere people are oppressed as opposed to intervening diplomatically, which is possible everywhere, but I think el rider is inspired to serve in our military and should do so now.