Pronunciation of Diplomacy
/dɪplˈə͡ʊməsˌi/, /dɪplˈə‍ʊməsˌi/, /d_ɪ_p_l_ˈəʊ_m_ə_s_ˌi/

Synonyms for diplomacy:

Sense 1

diplomatic immunity, attache, plenipotentiary, diplomatic, diplomatic relations, consul, chancellery, tactfulness, high commissioner, envoy, diplomatic bag, embassy, Charge D'affaires, diplomat, ambassadorial, legate, diplomatic corps.

Sense 2

ambassador, savoir-faire, accredited.



political science


Other synonyms and related words:

attache, envoy, goody, savoir-faire, embassy, accredited, fragility, treat, diplomat, dainty, ambassadorial, airiness, circumspection, ambassador, chancellery, discretion, tactfulness, fineness, prudence, politics, consul, skill, slightness, kickshaw, diplomatic, plenipotentiary, daintiness, tact.

Sense 1 (noun)

chancellery, ambassadorial, attache, consul, ambassador, accredited, diplomatic, Charge D'affaires, diplomat.

Sense 2 (noun)

tact, tactfulness, savoir-faire.

communication (noun)

diplomatic negotiations.

diplomacy (noun)

discreetness, statesmanship, statecraft, diplomatic negotiations, delicacy, finesse.

tact (noun)

savoir-faire, finesse, politics, statecraft, discretion, delicacy, tactfulness, skill, tact.

Usage examples for diplomacy:

  • While the continent of Europe was racked by internal wars, which English diplomacy had incited, Great Britain acquired her vast colonial possessions. - "The Coming Conquest of England", August Niemann.
  • His thoughts turned to diplomacy. - "Three French Moralists and The Gallantry of France", Edmund Gosse.
  • He had no prospects, and his profession was diplomacy.... - "The Truants", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.

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