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  • v. To give notification; to inform, especially through a message.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. inform (somebody) of something


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  • At which point they would be able to send word back to the Pax that Kosta's drop had been successful.


  • Tell Danilo to send word to Nero Wolfe that the man he seeks is within sight of the mountain.

    The Black Mountain

  • Josip Pasic and I came back to Titograd; and that night he went to the coast and crossed to Bari, to send word to New York about Carla.

    The Black Mountain

  • I have messengers with me; I'll send word of the situation back to General Meiffert.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Instead, he made Catulus Caesar send word to every city and town and village from Aquileia in the east to Comum and Mediolanum in the west: Italian Gaul-across-the-Padus was to be evacuated by all Roman citizens, Latin Rights holders, and Gauls unwilling to fraternize with the Germans.

    The First Man in Rome

  • If you do, I am to send word to her from Lady Bracy to say that she shall be delighted to see her here.

    Dr. Wortle's School

  • Mr. Beethoven send word to Mr. Birchall that it is severall days past that he has sent for London Wellington's Battel Sinphonie and that Mr. B [irchall] may send for it at Thomas Coutts.

    Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Vol. 1 of 2

  • Such a torrent, used to signal across the gulf between galaxies, could send word of the podia to the entire universe.

    Tides Of Light

  • You particularly had the effrontery to send word to the Dutchess Danville that, on the moment we were setting out to dine with her, despatches came to hand which required immediate attention.


  • But go down, satisfy the people, and send word secretly to Antioch, lest a tumult arise.

    The Hermits


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