dispatch, despatch (n.)
settlement of business, sorting out of affairs
AW III.ii.53[Second Lord to Countess] after some dispatch in hand at court
AW IV.iii.89[Bertram to all] between these main parcels of dispatch
Cor I.i.274.1[Sicinius to Brutus] Let's hence and hear / How the dispatch is made
LLL II.i.31[Princess to Boyet, of conveying her request to see the King] On serious business craving quick dispatch
LLL IV.i.5[Princess to Lords] today we shall have our dispatch [or: sense 4]
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