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Definition of "despatched" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of despatch. (verb)

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Use "despatched" in a sentence
  • "They were, with their arms, immediately to call at my house, for fear I should perhaps run away, and he came with a letter from Von Bissing-three great pages in folio, written in German characters-and he said, "Cardinal, I am despatched from the Governor-General, and you have to give an answer to the questions written here.""
  • "The couriers despatched from the walls, where Cyrus enters, shall"
  • "Expresses were daily despatched from the French camp to Rome, whence the ministers of the different European powers transmitted the tidings to their respective governments."