• (America) IPA: /dɪˈploʊməˌtɪst/

diplomatist (plural diplomatists)

  1. a diplomat
    • 1827, James Fenimore Cooper, The Prairie
      It was not so easy to penetrate the motives of the Pawnees. Calm, dignified, and yet far from repulsive, they set an example of courtesy, blended with reserve, that many a diplomatist of the most polished court might have strove in vain to imitate.

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