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Diplomatic (IPA: /ˌdɪpɫəˈmætɪk/)


Diplomatic (a.)

Alt. of Diplomatical

Diplomatic (n.)

A minister, official agent, or envoy to a foreign court; a diplomatist.

Diplomatic (n.)

The science of diplomas, or the art of deciphering ancient writings, and determining their age, authenticity, etc.; paleography.

Diplomatic Synonyms

Diplomatical, Bland, Suave, Tactful, Kid-glove, Smooth, Politic

Diplomatic Synonyms

Dialogue, Negotiation, Talks

Diplomatic Rhymes


Attic, Matic, Mattick, Static

Aquatic, Asthmatic, Climatic, Dogmatic, Dramatic, Ecstatic, Emphatic, Erratic, Fanatic, Hepatic, Lymphatic, Phosphatic, Pneumatic, Pragmatic, Prismatic, Prostatic, Rheumatic, Schematic, Socratic, Thematic, Traumatic

Acrobatic, Adriatic, Aerobatic, Aromatic, Asiatic, Autocratic, Automatic, Bureaucratic, Charismatic, Cinematic, Democratic, Diplomatic, Emblematic, Enigmatic, Enzymatic, Hanseatic, Hippocratic, Informatic, Mathematic, Numismatic, Operatic, Pancreatic, Posttraumatic, Problematic, Programmatic, Sensormatic, Symptomatic, Systematic, Technocratic, Telematic, Theocratic
Aristocratic, Asymptomatic, Axiomatic, Diagrammatic, Electrostatic, Homeostatic, Idiomatic, Melodramatic, Monochromatic, Psychosomatic, Undemocratic, Undiplomatic

Spanish Translation

Diplomatic in Spanish is Diplomático

Example Sentence (Quote)

" English policy is to float lazily downstream, occasionally putting out a diplomatic boat-hook to avoid collisions." - Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury

Example Sentence (Quote)

" It's a psychological onslaught, an economic one, a diplomatic one, a military onslaught a total onslaught." - P. W. Botha

Example Sentence (Quote)

" The reason for having diplomatic relations is not to confer a compliment, but to secure a convenience." - Winston Churchill


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