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Things envoy often describes (“envoy ________”)
extraordinary, berghen, princes

Descriptive words:
special, french, british, american, russian, spanish, venetian, personal, papal, dutch, chinese, austrian, imperial, diplomatic, german, japanese, soviet, foreign, presidential, swedish, english, secret, official, persian, turkish, former, portuguese, royal, accredited, polish, florentine, chief, danish, late, unofficial, italian, korean, hanoverian, greek, athenian, bavarian, confederate, egyptian, extraordinary, confidential, belgian, permanent, roman, barbarian, afghan, irish, brazilian, mexican, hungarian, senior, spartan, peruvian, unfortunate, faithful, byzantine, scottish, suitable, mantuan, corinthian, nepalese, tuscan, republican, colombian, youthful, able, distinguished, israeli, texan, chilean, burmese, mughal

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