Examples of embassy in a Sentence
Protesters marched outside the American embassy.
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Mr Becker had claimed to be a sports envoy for the country, working out of its Brussels embassy.
The Vice President earned his loudest applause when noting the United States had moved its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, an issue close to the hearts of some evangelicals.
Duplantis also said he was excited about the U.S. moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.
Monday's violence took place as the US opened its new embassy in Jerusalem.
Namely, Monday was a bloody and tragic day in Gaza as the U.S. opened its embassy in Jerusalem.
On Monday, the U.S. officially moved its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
But for all the cynical bravado of its embassy Twitter feeds, Russia is acting not out of a sense of newfound strength but a fear of decline and isolation.
About 30 Nepalese sought refuge at their embassy in Doha to escape the brutal conditions of their employment.
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EMBASSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of embassy for English Language Learners
: a group of people who work under an ambassador and represent their country in a foreign country
: the building where an ambassador lives and works
EMBASSY Defined for Kids
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