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dispatching

See definition of dispatching on Dictionary.com
  • as indisposal
  • as inmurder
  • as insending

synonyms for dispatching

  • clearance
  • demolition
  • destruction
  • disposition
  • dumping
  • removal
  • transfer
  • conveyance
  • demolishing
  • dispensation
  • ejection
  • relegation
  • relinquishment
  • riddance
  • sacrifice
  • sale
  • selling
  • trading
  • transference
  • vending
  • auctioning
  • bartering
  • destroying
  • discarding
  • jettison
  • junking
  • scrapping
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antonyms for dispatching

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  • building
  • construction
  • beginning
  • hold
  • keeping
  • retention
  • start
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      How to use dispatching in a sentence

      By the time he reached the garden he had a full view of Merehaven bending over his writing table as if dispatching a note.
      THE WEIGHT OF THE CROWNFRED M. WHITE
      Up by six o'clock, and to my office with Tom Hater dispatching business in haste.
      DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS
      I went back to my patient, after dispatching a messenger for Howard, who was working in the “San Jacinto,” twenty miles away.
      MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 1, NO. 2, JULY, 1893VARIOUS
      But there was a third and bigger bird; for the complicity of Germany in dispatching the Ultimatum is no matter for surmise.
      MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
      And so king Richard did obteine the crowne as a preie mischéefouslie gotten by the dispatching awaie of my brother and me.
      CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND (3 OF 6): ENGLAND (7 OF 9)RAPHAEL HOLINSHED
      All were now convinced, and dispatching a notice to the dragoons to be ready, we stood to our arms.
      BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 347, SEPTEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
      Certain it is that before dispatching the letter to Bach, Beethoven submitted it to von Breuning for an opinion.
      THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME III (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
      I am interested only in your dispatching—which I feel should be prolonged beyond the mercy of a shot.
      THE PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWSMARY HASTINGS BRADLEY
      They were dispatching the wounded amid curses and shrieks of pain; and a batch of dying men was flung into the hold.
      THE TREMENDOUS EVENTMAURICE LEBLANC
      Dispatching an orderly to the duke, to inform him of the French movement, we rode towards the village.
      BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE -- VOLUME 55, NO. 340, FEBRUARY, 1844VARIOUS
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      WORDS RELATED TO DISPATCHING

      • auctioning
      • bartering
      • clearance
      • conveyance
      • demolishing
      • demolition
      • destroying
      • destruction
      • discarding
      • dispatching
      • dispensation
      • disposition
      • dumping
      • ejection
      • jettison
      • junking
      • relegation
      • relinquishment
      • removal
      • riddance
      • sacrifice
      • sale
      • scrapping
      • selling
      • trading
      • transfer
      • transference
      • vending
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