An agent sent on a mission to represent or advance the interests of another.(noun)
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Use "emissary" in a sentence
"When Frank Merriam arrived at room 622 of the Ambassador Hotel for his audience with J.F.T. O'Connor, the emissary from the White House, the possibility that President Roosevelt might actually express support for his candidacy, once so farfetched it was laughable, now seemed within reach."
"In his latest, he remembers Audrey Hepburn 14 years after her death: "In the 40 years between Hollywood's make-believe headlines and the horrifying reality of Somalia, Hepburn as actress and woman seemed an emissary from a finer world than ours.""
"Iâ€ ™ m an emissary from a highly technological civilization and Iâ€ ™ ve been sent to talk to the Leaf People."