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."