To send to a particular place for a long time, as a family member, an employee, etc.(verb)
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Use "send away" in a sentence
"So home to my lodgings and there endeavoured to have finished the examining my papers of Pursers 'business to have sent away to-night, but I was so sleepy with my late early risings and late goings to bed that I could not do it, but was forced to go to bed and leave it to send away to-morrow by an Expresse."
"We, fearing the canonicall hour would be past before we got thither, did with a great deal of unwillingness send away the license and wedding ring."
"She told me to go and send away her gondola, because she chose to make use of mine, and I immediately sent it away; she bid me to move from my place, and pray Carrio to sit down in it, because she had something to say to him; and I did as she desired."