Definition of Corps diplomatique

1. Noun. The body of diplomatic personnel.

Exact synonyms: Diplomatic Corps, Diplomatic Service
Generic synonyms: Corps



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corps Diplomatique

corporeity
corporified
corporifies
corporify
corporifying
corporin
corporisation
corporisations
corporization
corporizations
corposant
corposants
corps
corps-a-corps
corps de ballet
corps diplomatique (current term)
corps ronds
corpse
corpse camp
corpse camped
corpse camping
corpse camps
corpsed
corpselike
corpses
corpsicle
corpsicles
corpsing
corpsman
corpsmen

Literary usage of Corps diplomatique

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1. Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1869)
"Incorrect Accounts of the Interposition of the corps diplomatique. — His Version. — Espartero driven out. — Impatience to declare the Queen of Age. ..."

2. Diplomatic Days by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1917)
"XIX A tragic dance in the moonlight—Unveiling George Washington's statue —The corps diplomatique visits the Pyramids of San Juan Teoti- ..."

3. An Englishman in Paris: (notes and Recollections). by Albert Dresden Vandam (1892)
"... at the Palais- Bourbon as President of the Chamber of Deputies—Some of the guests—The corps diplomatique—The new deputies, their wives and daughters. ..."

4. A Diplomatist's Wife in Many Lands by Hugh Fraser (1910)
"... His Defenders Prepare for Death — The Holy Father's Address to the Corps Diplomatique — Cadorna enters the Eternal City — How Florence Received the News ..."

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