Origin of ambassador
OTHER WORDS FROM ambassadoram·bas·sa·do·ri·al [am-bas-uh-dawr-ee-uhl, -dohr-], /æmˌbæs əˈdɔr i əl, -ˈdoʊr-/, adjectiveam·bas·sa·do·ri·al·ly, adverbam·bas·sa·dor·ship, nounpre·am·bas·sa·do·ri·al, adjective
How to use ambassador in a sentence
Recently, the White House has been pushing the speedy confirmation of ambassadors to countries Obama is set to visit.Obama Confidant To Be Next Ambassador To South Korea|Josh Rogin|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Perry had come upstairs after a meeting with ambassadors from Texas and about 75 New York businesspeople considering a move.
The two alleged ambassadors spiced their jokes with foul language.Just Joking? Bugged Russian Ambassadors Want to Annex Alaska and Miami|Anna Nemtsova|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The basketball sneaker has a long and lucrative history, especially for the sportsmen who become the brands' ambassadors.
At this point no one seems to know what those would be: Withdrawing ambassadors?
Ezechias shews all his treasures to the ambassadors of Babylon: upon which Isaias foretells the Babylonish captivity.
The ambassadors, however, took no part in this proceeding, but merely made a simple bow.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
But he hath revolted from him and sent ambassadors to Egypt, that it might give him horses, and much people.
And Jonathan had knowledge of it, and he sent ambassadors to him to make peace with him, and to restore to him the prisoners.
The ambassadors that were sent to our people, have told us of your glory, and honour, and joy: and we rejoiced at their coming.