[ US /ˌdɪpɫəˈmætɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /dˌɪpləmˈætɪkli/ ]
  1. with diplomacy; in a diplomatic manner
    he answered very diplomatically
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How To Use diplomatically In A Sentence

  • Obama administration, however diplomatically phrased, that is perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of his interviews on Wednesday. The Guardian World News
  • he answered very diplomatically
  • Edwards: "End 'preventive war' doctrine" yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Edwards: "End \'preventive war\' doctrine "'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: John Edwards talks about ending Bush\'s" preventative war doctrine "and how to diplomatically engage with Iran. ' Edwards: "End 'preventive war' doctrine"
  • 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...
  • Diplomatically, the American is happy to explain the rationale behind his attitude this year.
  • Incensed and more than a little bit fearful, the priest extracted himself diplomatically from a compromising situation.
  • British Foreign Secretary David Miliband was stronger, suggesting sanctions could be a next consideration in a statement saying the six powers remained committed to their "dual track" policy - a term alluding to attempts to engage Iran diplomatically but to turn to sanctions should the first track fail. Undefined
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