Definition of 'ambassadorial'
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His cello became an instrument of diplomacy and concerts at the ambassadorial residence were a regular feature. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He will continue to work for the club in an ambassadorial role. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But it will now be purely in an ambassadorial role rather than as a figurehead chairman. The Sun (2009)One academic was reportedly rewarded with a Libyan ambassadorial posting. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the houses are largely leased to embassies, ambassadorial residences and a sprinkling of billionaires. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shouldn't that be incentive enough for him to stick around in an ad hoc ambassadorial role? Times, Sunday Times (2013)And he is being lined up for an ambassadorial role at Newcastle when he retires at the end of the season. The Sun (2006)The former world player of the year was due to hang up his boots and take up an ambassadorial role with Ospreys. The Sun (2012)The Duchess's ambassadorial role is her first official position with a national organisation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He will continue to work for the Ospreys in an ambassadorial role, alongside media and business commitments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His options now remain open, and he has expressed an interest to friends in investing in a footie club and continuing his ambassadorial roles around the world. The Sun (2013)Coaching and ambassadorial roles are both likely to be options offered to the midfielder, who made 218 appearances for the club. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Publicly supportive of the new landscape, and palpably conscious of his ambassadorial role, he was at pains to point out difficulties exclusive to the jumps. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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