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King James Dictionary
1. A minister of the highest rank employed by one prince or state, at the court of another, to manage the public concerns of his own prince or state, and representing the power and dignity of his sovereign. Embassadors are ordinary, when they reside permanently at a foreign court or extraordinary, when they are sent on a special occasion. They are also called ministers. Envoys are ministers employed on special occasions, and are of less dignity.
2. In ludicrous language, a messenger.
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Entry for 'Embassador'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/e/embassador.html.