ambassadorship

[ UK /ɐmbˈæsədəʃˌɪp/ ]
[ US /æmˈbæsədɝˌʃɪp/ ]
NOUN
  1. the post of ambassador
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How To Use ambassadorship In A Sentence

  • The ambassadorship is a patronage position for Catholic pols. The Vatican rejects Caroline Kennedy.
  • His self-command was perfect, and I had never thought I would witness such a thing as this: a prisoner, in the midst of his alien captors, was impeccably performing the highest duty of ambassadorship, which is to inspire respect for the country he represents. The 9th Directive
  • A candidate for goodwill ambassadorship, her beauty is more than skin deep.
  • We need to get our ambassadorship to the UN to help with reform.
  • His ambassadorial duties in the late 1980s and 1990s included ambassadorships to the Philippines and Mexico.
  • This post, in my judgment, will be one of the most consequential ambassadorships in American history.
  • At one stage, I was offered the ambassadorship to Switzerland, but I refused.
  • Rewarding someone like that with some ambassadorship is one thing. You go, Shepard « BuzzMachine
  • This is called amateurish ambassadorship," Mr. Erdogan said. U.S., Turkey Row Over Press Freedom
  • My tech "ambassadorship" ends on Oct. 3, drawing unconditional use of my free Samsung to an unceremonious halt. Archive 2006-09-01
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