diplomatic corpsnoun [ C usually singular, + sing/pl verb ]uk /dɪp.ləˈmæt.ɪk ˌkɔːr/ us /dɪp.ləˈmæt̬.ɪk ˌkɔːr/
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- At a foreign court as an ambassador his dinners, of which the diplomatic corps still spoke with emotion, had upheld the dignity of ninety million Americans.
- He had been appointed to the diplomatic corps, and we were to sail for England within a month!
- The Acting Secretary of State will communicate this sad intelligence to the diplomatic corps near this Government and, through our ministers abroad, to foreign governments.
- The diplomatic corps in the time of the Empire was not brilliant.
- The whole diplomatic corps moves from an anteroom into an apartment in which the prince of Wales awaits them.