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- adj. Archaic form of ambassadorial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as ambassadorial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See ambassadorial.
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We were treated like we were in the embassadorial party which was very nice.
As for the Lenni-Lenape, when they kept faith with the League they remained undisturbed as one of the "props" of the Long House, and their role in the Confederacy was embassadorial, diplomatic and advisory -- in other words, the role of the Iroquois married women.
Macartney had discretionary authority to visit, beside Preparations China, every other country (in that division of Asia Embassy. which may be termed the Chinese Archipelago,) from whence utility or important information was to be de - rived; and he had, accordingly, embassadorial powers
An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China : including cursory observations made, and information obtained in travelling through that ancient empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary ; together with a relation of the voyage undertaken on the occasion of His Majesty's ship the Lion, and the ship Hindostan, in the East India company's service, to the Yellow Sea and Gulf of Pekin, as well as of their return to Europe ; taken chiefly from the papers of His Excellency the Earl of Macartney, Sir Erasmus Gower, and of other gentlemen in the several departments of the embassy