diplomatic service

NOUN
  1. the body of diplomatic personnel
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How To Use diplomatic service In A Sentence

  • He will go far in the diplomatic service.
  • Gradually it became more institutionalised as something resembling organised diplomatic services emerged.
  • He found an opportunity to do so by putting down a motion on the unlikely subject of a proposed merger of the consular and diplomatic services. DISRAELI: A Personal History
  • He entered the diplomatic service in 1856 and one of his first tasks was to lead a mission to Central Asia in 1858.
  • All that our diplomatic service has to do is ditch the haughty British sense of the high moral ground and grab some dollars. Times, Sunday Times
  • He joined the diplomatic service in 1943.
  • Julia joined the diplomatic service after graduation.
  • They were even more alarmed by hostility to the papal diplomatic service.
  • He makes trenchant criticisms of the diplomatic service, some justified. Times, Sunday Times
  • He retired in 1809 after twenty-six years in the diplomatic service.
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