- v. present participle of despatch.
“No time was lost in despatching three messengers: one to the”
“When Severin found he could get no more intoxicating beverage, he in his demoniacal rage, conceived the idea of despatching his whole family, and set”
“When Severin found he could get no more intoxicating beverage, he in his demoniacal rage, conceived the idea of despatching his whole family, and set about his purpose by first snatching the young babe and casting it into the fire!”
Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman
“Numerous batches of prisoners are drifting back, for the most part unattended, composed entirely of youths of nineteen and twenty years of age, the Guards having refused to kill these babies, only "despatching" the older men, for the”
“Well Marc there are two sides to every story I grant you that and we are very lucky with some of our control room staff who have some experience and are very good at despatching calls/keeping tabs.”
“Ay, it is Neepoosa," the old woman replied, drawing her inside the tent, and despatching a boy, hot-footed, on some errand.”
“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.”
“Are parents acting selfishly and should they think much harder about the ramifications of despatching a sick child to school?”
“Note 1: The National YMCA Councils of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland answered the World Committee's call by recruiting and despatching secretaries for WPA work in Germany and Austria-Hungary.”
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