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DIPLOMACY, noun [This word, like supremacy, retains the accent of its original.]

1. The customs, rules and privileges of embassadors, envoys and other representatives of princes and states at foreign courts; forms of negotiation.

2. A diplomatic body the whole body of ministers at a foreign court.

3. The agency or management of ministers at a foreign court.