Through an emissary, he asked to be paid $3,000 for the interview.
The barrage ceased, the emissary was blindfolded and the terms of the British surrender were negotiated.
When the emissary phoned him to say the fee had been refused, he said he had meetings and could not talk.
The FBI has described Mostafa as an emissary for Zawahiri in Somalia.
In one corner is Boehner, the knowing elder statesman and emissary to the White House for his newly empowered Republican caucus.
Black Meg, it may be explained, in the intervals of graver business was not averse to serving as an emissary of Venus.
Joe Two-Hawk had come as a sort of emissary from the Brulés.
He was sentenced to death; whether the sentence had been already executed our emissary could not ascertain.
He sent an emissary to request a conference with a representative of the fruit company.
He deputed an emissary to treat these prize-fighters with champagne.
emissary em·is·sar·y (ěm'ĭ-sěr'ē)
Any of various venous channels through the skull that connect the venous sinuses of the dura mater with veins external to the skull.