Definitions of Negotiated

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Usage examples for Negotiated

  1. In the first case it was necessary to bring forward the submarine war as little as possible; in the other we should have to create a clear diplomatic situation in Washington, if we were to avoid the reproach of having negotiated with Wilson on the subject of peace while at the same time planning the submarine campaign, which was bound to bring about a rupture with the United States. – My Three Years in America by Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff
  2. In the latter part of the quarter, with the ball in Bartlett's possession on the fifty yard line, Benz negotiated a pretty twenty yard run around the left end of the line. – Over the Line by Harold M. Sherman
  3. In December, 1802, Whitney negotiated the sale of his patent- right with the State of North Carolina. – Inventors by Philip Gengembre Hubert
  4. Only one circumstance marred my satisfaction at having successfully negotiated the pass; three of our deer had perished from exhaustion. – From Paris to New York by Land by Harry de Windt
  5. Bonds had been stolen and negotiated, vast sums of money were discovered to be missing, and the manager and one of the directors were absent also. – My Strangest Case by Guy Boothby
  6. Some treaties, designed chiefly for the interests of commerce, and having no grave political importance, have been negotiated, and will be submitted to the Senate for their consideration. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  7. A very narrow passage, which must be negotiated by means of a rope, brings you to a ledge overlooking a sheer drop of sixty feet. – Among the Canadian Alps by Lawrence J. Burpee
  8. In 1810 he was appointed Minister to Russia, where he remained until 1815, when with other Commissioners he negotiated the treaty of peace with England at Ghent, and was appointed Minister to that country in the same year, a post which his father had occupied before him, and which is now so ably filled by his son, Charles Francis. – The American Union Speaker by John D. Philbrick
  9. At the expenditure of no great amount I feel confident that a serviceable stock route could be formed, easily negotiated in the winter months and kept open by wells during the rest of the year. – Spinifex and Sand Five Years' Pioneering and Exploration in Western Australia by David W Carnegie
  10. The produce thus procured would easily be negotiated for the benefit of our foreign creditors. – Essays on the Constitution of the United States by Paul Leicester Ford
  11. " Cronstadt," as opposed to " Portsmouth," meant an active understanding, to be followed in 1892 by a military defensive compact negotiated in St. Petersburg by General de Boisdeffre, head of the French General Staff. – A History of the Third French Republic by C. H. C. Wright
  12. He was opposed to it in the form it had been negotiated. – Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Complete by Matthew L. Davis
  13. No one can hold in greater respect than I do, the honorable gentleman who negotiated this treaty; but in thus attempting to substitute the executive will for legislative action, he seems to me to have made a grave mistake. – Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition by Henry C. Carey
  14. Two weeks later eight commissioners representing the two states met at Karlstad, in Sweden, and negotiated a treaty, signed September 23, wherein the terms of the separation were specifically fixed. – The Governments of Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg
  15. To be by adoption a son of any nation of the Hodenosaunee would be of enormous assistance to him, if he negotiated with the League in behalf of the English colonists. – The Hunters of the Hills by Joseph Altsheler
  16. The biographer of this pseudo Demetrius finds no little pleasure in recording that the Russian agent who negotiated the sale of our hero met with a miserable death, " in punishment for causing innocent blood to be shed;" that John Casimir, the King of Poland, who first drove him from his place of safety, was obliged to abdicate his throne, and that the Duke of Holstein was despoiled of his domains by his brother- in- law, Christian the Fifth of Denmark. – Claimants to Royalty by John H. Ingram
  17. Ferdinand negotiated with such skill, such open frankness and goodwill, showed such a broad and merciful spirit, and was so ready to forgive, that the conspirators, who had waited in vain for their new king, accepted the accord and returned sullenly to their castles, doubting and fearing sorely. – Naples Past and Present by Arthur H. Norway
  18. But Milton managed to upset him on the thirty yards, and the gain- Steve had negotiated four white lines before the 'varsity quarter got him- eventually went for naught, since Marvin fumbled a minute later and Sawyer squirmed through and captured the ball. – Left End Edwards by Ralph Henry Barbour
  19. This was to be negotiated with the States- General as with free people, over whom no pretensions of authority were made, and the hope was expressed that the king would give his consent to this arrangement. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley