U.S. policy is going down the drain in Syria diplomatically and militarily.
Obama began by appearing to diplomatically sidestep the question.
In other words, it's business as usual as the two sides bombard each other militarily and diplomatically.
He believed the more you aided Israel militarily, the more flexible they would be diplomatically.
If anyone is slinging any mud intellectually, ideologically, politically, diplomatically, it usually ends up on Israel.
No doubt Barnes thought he was conducting the business very smartly and diplomatically.
"Miss Porter'll tell ye about this wan," said Mike, diplomatically.
Pratt was about to utter some further insult when Clarke diplomatically interposed.
If we could sort of get it out of her diplomatically, we could telegraph to Rouen for a good one.
She could not help observing how diplomatically he had parried both her questions.
1711, "pertaining to documents, texts, charters," from Medieval Latin diplomaticus, from diplomat-, stem of diploma (see diploma).
Meaning "pertaining to international relations" is recorded from 1787, apparently a sense evolved in 18c. from the use of diplomaticus in Modern Latin titles of collections of international treaties, etc., in which the word referred to the "texts" but came to be felt as meaning "pertaining to international relations." In the general sense of "tactful and adroit," it dates from 1826. Related: Diplomatically.