deliver[ dih-liv-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliver
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIVER
Will you deliver your message, name your place and hour, and I shall meet you.
In trusting too much in government, we have asked of it more than it can deliver.
Why do you stand before the door without knocking, if you have a message to deliver?
You will get nothing to eat until I deliver you up to the officers of the volunteers.
When he did deliver a letter to them, it was usually a trading letter for Uncle William.
If you think I had better not attempt to see her yet, you will deliver a letter for me?
Now, all of us brothers have sworn to deliver that message, and to see that you keep the tryst.
Now, Seors Cut-throats, do you still wish to deliver that message?
Give me credit for my courage in coming to deliver you out of their hands.
I must take that chance, said I: I only desire that you will deliver it as directed.