Envoy in a sentence

Definition of Envoy

(law) a diplomatic agent of the second rank, next in status after an ambassador. | a representative. | a diplomat.

How to use Envoy in a Sentence?

  • Alexander had chosen an envoy who was the very antipodes of the adroit and elegant Caulaincourt.
  • If thou be the son of a man of the priesthood, and an envoy to conciliate the multitude,....
  • It is known that he had been envoy to Turin, and had received a pension from Holland.
  • Your official position will be that of Ambassador Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraordinary.
  • His first envoy was William Bayard Hale, author of one of his campaign biographies.
  • Fancy sending a K.C.B. to call a cab, or ordering a special envoy to fetch the bootjack!
  • If he speak French tolerably, we make him a Minister; if he be fluent, an Envoy Extraordinary.
  • He was president of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and had been special envoy to China.
  • Bray the Bavarian Envoy at Vienna; I, the penny-a-liner, being the complement of the party.
  • The envoy grew more disconcerted at this, his second failure to entangle the princess in his political net.
  • Emma trembled with hope that was almost pain, as she inquired what terms the envoy was empowered to grant.
  • Their envoy soon afterwards returned with the reply of the governor, stating that he would take their demands into consideration.
  • The distant fanfare of trumpets now rose and fell on the air, signal that the envoy had arrived at the entrance of the palace.
  • The duke evaded an interview and the envoy was forced to deliver his letter to the chancellor of Savoy.
  • At that time the news arrives that an envoy of the king is coming to see that no injustice is being done by Pizarro.
  • The envoy bowed in silence, and, allowing the silken kerchief to be again bound over his eyes, he marched with stately grace from the apartment.
  • My dear child, I here present to you the Envoy of the King of England, Baronet Hotham.
  • There is reason to believe that the custom always cropped up with every Envoy as an annoying cause of heated discussion and disagreeable feeling.
  • Now when the envoy had brought the peerless Chaoukeun in a close litter to the tent of the great khan, he forthwith commanded his army to return.
  • He was the envoy who came to collect the toll, the traditional custom of Seville, which demanded pay from sweethearts who talk through the grille.
  • But Ivan had kept his place beside her for less than ten minutes when he was superseded by a deprecating envoy from the Countess.
  • Behind a screen are hidden Commines, and a Burgundian envoy aghast at hearing his liege lord so mocked.
  • He had read somewhere of a certain envoy who had accomplished his mission ere it was believed he had set out; and he resolved to profit by the example.

Short Example Sentence for Envoy

  • The envoy was again blindfolded.
  • The envoy was not empowered to grant it.
  • The envoy is likely to arrive at any moment.
  • The disappointed envoy returns home.
  • New surprises met the envoy at Calais.
  • The Tartar envoy at once stepped forward.
  • Vansittart, British envoy to Copenhagen in 1801, ii.
  • The envoy bowed low and left the room without further speech.
  • Gustavus sent an envoy to the castle, to persuade the garrison to yield.
  • But we have a witness whom even the envoy of the Czar must respect.
  • We cannot conclude that any Athenian envoy used exactly these horrible words.
  • The Envoy took the letter and read it, lifting his eyebrows as he did so.
  • As round the envoy of the God With reverential steps he trod.
  • About the end of April an envoy from the Shah arrived at Finkenstein.
  • Aboo Taher asked of the envoy how many men Aboo Saj had with him.
  • She who was a match for the Czar's envoy to set such store by him!

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