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Gondomar

[ gawn-daw-mahr ]

noun

  1. Die·go Sar·mien·to de A·cu·ña [dye, -gaw sah, r, -, myen, -taw , th, e ah-, koo, -nyah], Count of, 1567–1626, Spanish diplomat.


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Why was Gondomar the Spanish ambassador held in such esteem?

Gondomar, the Ambassador of Spain at Whitehall, too well-informed of what was afoot, had warned his master.

But, say some, James was justified in telling Gondomar, and the Spaniards in defending themselves.

Men did not like the deference that was paid to Gondomar, the Spanish ambassador; they did not like the rise and supremacy of Car.

Ten years later Clotaire and Childebert made a fresh attempt to destroy the menacing power of Gondomar.

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