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Definition of "despatch" []

  • Variant of dispatch. (verb)

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Use "despatch" in a sentence
  • "Government had empowered him to do; and, though the "secret and most confidential" despatch of March 22nd cautioned him against narrowing too much the ground of a rupture, if a rupture should still occur, yet three days later, and _after the receipt of this despatch_, he signed the terms of peace with Joseph Bonaparte, and two days later with the other signatory Powers. ["
  • "Head notes that the first mention in the written record of the use of potatoes in Newfoundland appears in a 1754 despatch from the governor to the Colonial Office. back"
  • "A despatch from the stadium stating that the Exhibition was open was sent to every part of the British Empire."