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Synonyms for dispatch

Synonyms for dispatch

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

to eat completely or entirely

Synonyms for dispatch

an official report (usually sent in haste)

the act of sending off something

the property of being prompt and efficient

killing a person or animal

send away towards a designated goal

kill intentionally and with premeditation

dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently

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kill without delay

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References in classic literature ?
When, after despatching him, I looked back for Dian, I could see nothing of her.
The party had considered the possibility of disaster for one man, and that had been the principal reason for despatching the two in different directions.
She took charge of him, lifting his head to keep the blood out of it and despatching me to the cabin for a pillow.
I was in fact on the point of despatching a messenger to your hotel.
At that time not every one would have known enough to think of despatching a cargo steamer to the Pacific.