dispatch[ dih-spach ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispatch
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I got a dispatch from, him quoting the Virago of Paris—meaning the Figaro, of course.
The dispatch was long, and he read it with a deepening frown.
If you don't get this dispatch through, you don't get anything.
He drew the dispatch from the inside pocket of his waistcoat.
His dispatch undoubtedly was of great importance, and yet he was not able to deliver it.
As it may therefore be of importance, I dispatch it with my own, by my servant, post-haste.
It was therefore necessary to dispatch a courier to Mexico, and to wait his return.
She could pick a lock too, when needed, with great neatness and dispatch.
"Wait a minute, Bond," he said as he handed me the dispatch.
The army immediately advanced with all dispatch to the swamp.