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send1 US English

Cause to go or be taken to a particular destination; arrange for the delivery of, especially by mail

send2 US English

Variant spelling of scend.

send US Thesaurus

they sent a message to HQ

scend US English

The push or surge created by a wave

send in scend US English

The push or surge created by a wave

send word US English

Send a message

send for US English

Order or instruct (someone) to come to one; summon

send-off US English

A celebratory demonstration of goodwill at a person’s departure

send-off US Thesaurus

we gave a Valerie a teary send-off

send-off New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

send a message US English

Make a significant statement, either implicitly or by one’s actions

send away for US English

Order or request that (something) be sent to one

send someone down US English

Expel a student from a university

send something in US English

Submit material to be considered for a competition or possible publication

send someone off US English

Instruct someone to go; arrange for someone’s departure

send something off US English

Dispatch something by mail

send something on US English

Transmit mail or luggage to a further destination or in advance of one’s own arrival

send something out US English

Produce or give out something; emit something

send someone up US English

Sentence someone to imprisonment

send someone packing US English

Make someone leave in an abrupt or peremptory way

send someone flying US English

Cause someone to be knocked violently off balance or to the ground

fly1 US English

Move or be hurled quickly through the air

send someone to in send1 US English

Arrange for someone to go to (an institution) and stay there for a particular purpose

send someone/something up US English

Give an exaggerated imitation of someone or something in order to ridicule them

send out for something US English

Order delivery of something

send someone to the showers US English

Send off or eject someone from a match, race, or contest

prison US English

A building (or vessel) in which people are legally held as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial

reel US English

Lose one’s balance and stagger or lurch violently

send word in send1 US English

Send a message

send for in send1 US English

Order or instruct (someone) to come to one; summon

send someone about his/her business US English

Tell someone to go away

shudder US English

An act of shuddering

resend US English

Send (a message, letter, package, etc.) again

sendup US English

An act of imitating someone or something in order to ridicule them; a parody

send someone down in send1 US English

Sentence someone to imprisonment

send something in in send1 US English

Submit material to be considered for a competition or possible publication

send someone off in send1 US English

Instruct someone to go; arrange for someone’s departure

send something off in send1 US English

Dispatch something by mail

send something on in send1 US English

Transmit mail or luggage to a further destination or in advance of one’s own arrival

send something out in send1 US English

Produce or give out something; emit something

send someone up in send1 US English

Sentence someone to imprisonment

send someone/something up in send1 US English

Give an exaggerated imitation of someone or something in order to ridicule them

send a message in message US English

Make a significant statement, either implicitly or by one’s actions

send someone flying in send1 US English

Cause someone to be knocked violently off balance or to the ground

send away for in send1 US English

Order or request that (something) be sent to one

send someone packing in pack1 US English

Make someone leave in an abrupt or peremptory way


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