He was too good a diplomate to be pumped in that simple way by such a one as Archibald Currie.
The man who on hearing a diplomate he has saved ask, "How is the Emperor?"
But reflect for a moment, Tascher, and you will see that no man was ever less intended for a diplomate.
First among the diplomatists of his time, his reputation as a diplomate has passed out of mens minds.
Our spy is a gentleman who will appear wearing the ribbon of the Legion of Honor, and looking like a diplomate.
"The Alt-Schloss is indeed a picturesque construction," said the diplomate, by way of generally inviting my confidence.
A diplomate followed, and he also, in his sphere, received the most dextrous and well-turned replies.
Such evidence leaves nothing to be said in regard to his qualities as a diplomate.
diplomate dip·lo·mate (dĭp'lə-māt')
One who has received a diploma, especially a physician certified as a specialist by a board of examiners.