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statesmanlike

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstatesmanlikestates‧man‧like /ˈsteɪtsmənlaɪk/ adjective  showing the qualities of a statesman – used to show approval his statesmanlike handling of the crisis
Examples from the Corpus
statesmanlikeNo, his only noticeable affectation was a statesmanlike calmness.He is a master of the climb-down, presented defiantly as a statesmanlike change of opinion.But Clinton settled on Gore, the statesmanlike senator from Tennessee.Mr Putin adopted a statesmanlike stance until he was asked a hostile question about the war.
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