Examples of embassy in a Sentence
Protesters marched outside the American embassy.
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Our embassies worldwide should demarche their host governments with talking points (tailored as may be necessary) and data to explain and justify abrogating JCPOA.
The embassy confirmed the death of Christopher Allen and said his family had been notified.
General Nicholson has also played the role of a diplomat, and not just because the embassy has lacked an ambassador since winter.
Then came another page, followed by a call, this time at the Takanawa Tobu Hotel, a streamlined building near a Soviet embassy compound.
This mix of assets helped the Haqqanis carry out a long list of deadly and high-profile attacks in Kabul during the past decade, including an assault on the Indian embassy and another on the fortresslike Serena hotel.
The most chilling is the looming Soviet (now Russian) embassy.
Anyone with information concerning Lacy is asked to contact their local FBI office or the nearest American embassy or consulate.
Among them is the last CH-46D helicopter to leave the roof the U.S. embassy in Saigon before the city fell in 1975.
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Origin and Etymology of embassy
First Known Use: 1534See Words from the same year
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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