dispatch, despatch (v.) Old form(s): dispatch'd
send away, send off
AW III.iv.34[Countess to Steward] Dispatch the most convenient messenger
H5 II.iv.141[Exeter to French King] Dispatch us with all speed
KJ I.i.99[Robert Faulconbridge to King John, of King Richard and his father] once dispatched him in an embassy / To Germany
TG I.iii.38[Antonio to Panthino, of Proteus] Even with the speediest expedition / I will dispatch him to the Emperor's court
TG II.vii.88[Julia to Lucetta] dispatch me hence
Tim II.ii.193[Timon to Servants] I will dispatch you severally
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