Examples of undiplomatic in a Sentence
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Haley is Trump’s most presentable emissary to the world: the diplomatic face of a profoundly undiplomatic presidency.
That undiplomatic language riled a D.C. establishment concerned with how Pyongyang could react to the seemingly no calculation counterpunching method Trump has comfortably settled into at home.
KABUL, Afghanistan — The Afghan ambassador to Russia is known for his undiplomatic talk and his signature aviator glasses.
On Tuesday, in a series of startling and undiplomatic tweets, Trump threw the leader of oil-rich Qatar under the diplomatic bus.
The in-your-face thing at the NATO headquarters was pretty undiplomatic.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duerte has become known for his impressions, as well as his use of colorful and at times undiplomatic language.
Here are just a few of the undiplomatic things the outspoke strongman has become known for: His cutthroat war on drugs, which has led to the deaths of thousands.
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First Known Use of undiplomatic
Synonymsbrash, graceless, ill-advised, imprudent, inadvisable, indelicate, injudicious, tactless, indiscreet, unwise
Antonymsadvisable, discreet, judicious, prudent, tactful, wise
Related Wordsdumb, idiotic (also idiotical), moronic, stupid; careless, heedless, inconsiderate, mindless, thoughtless; ill-mannered, improper, inappropriate, indecorous, unbecoming, uncivil, unseemly; foolish, harebrained, nonsensical, preposterous, senseless, silly
Near Antonymsintelligent, logical, rational, sensible, smart, sound; appropriate, becoming, civil, decorous, proper, seemly; sage, sane, sapient
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