Ambassador [noun]

Definition of Ambassador:

representative to a foreign country

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Sentence/Example of Ambassador:

A set of millennial cochairs, who serve as ambassadors, oversee the party planning—right down to the DJ—including the social media strategy and sponsor recruitment.

He’ll appear on-air with his own video categories, develop projects and act as a public ambassador for the show.

Your ambassadors will be responsible for all audio operations and can assist in accessibility usage for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Just when I thought I’d get enough ambassadors on my side, I found myself losing all my tigers or awash in pollution.

Board members have also signaled they might like to incorporate other types of security resources, such as homeless outreach workers or ambassadors who could help riders navigate the system rather than write tickets.

The spread of the holy gospel and uninterrupted preaching went on until the return of the ambassador.

At this part of the narrative, Louis turned his powerful eyes upon the ambassador.

But scarcely had the new ambassador arrived at his destination when he heard of Bonaparte's projected expedition to Egypt.

The prime-minister, the chancellor of the exchequer, two other members of the cabinet, and an ambassador were his companions.

From Lisbon the ambassador was summoned to attend the coronation of the Emperor and to take his place among the Marshals.