diplomatical

ADJECTIVE
  1. using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people
    the hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic chenage of subject
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How To Use diplomatical In A Sentence

  • The company must negotiate the planning departments of many UK local councils, and Howes diplomatically suggests that some are more amenable than others.
  • The country remained diplomatically isolated.
  • Unless a compromise could be reached the country would be diplomatically isolated on this issue.
  • In other words, Bulgaria will again have to diplomatically maneuver and make its choice in a vulnerable situation.
  • he answered very diplomatically
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  • Unless a compromise could be reached the country would be diplomatically isolated on this issue.
  • Yet Stevenson demurs mildly, and says diplomatically: ‘I think actors often improvise in character in a scripted film, so it's not that unusual.’
  • Stand by, Drumbeat, I shall advise the coxswain ," Collier said diplomatically. LET NOT THE DEEP
  • The former is the right thing to do but is a vote-loser and so must be handled diplomatically. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
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