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deliver

v. to actually hand an object, money or document to another.

deliver

verb carry, cart, commit, communicate, convey, dedere, delegate, entrust, forward, give into another's keeppng, give out, hand, hand down, haul, impart, make over, pass on, place in the possession of, prodere, put into the hands of, relay, remit, send, ship, surrender, tradere, traject, transfer by deed, transfer property, transfer right, transfuse, translate, translocate, transmit, transplant, transport, turn over
Associated concepts: agreement to deliver, constructively delivered, deliver himself up, deliver in trust, deliver possession, deliver up, delivered for shipment, executed and delivered, sold and delivered, writing signed and delivered
See also: assign, attorn, bear, bestow, cede, clear, confer, consign, contribute, convey, delegate, determine, devolve, discharge, disengage, disenthrall, dole, extricate, free, give, grant, impart, liberate, pardon, parole, pass, phrase, post, present, pronounce, provide, publish, quit, recite, redeem, refer, release, relieve, relinquish, remark, rescue, serve, speak, supply, tender, transfer, transmit, transport, utter, yield
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Pocket, Junior, delivering him the bags, One, Two, I saw the starting appearance come into his own eyes that I knew to be in mine, and he said, falling back:
I am here on behalf of the Queen your mother, with the object of delivering your Highness; to prove which, behold this portrait which she gave me herself.
There is much controversy about the delivering up of fugitives from service or labor.
The effect was marvelous, for, as I lightly sidestepped, after delivering the second blow, he reeled and fell upon the floor doubled up with pain and gasping for wind.
For a long time my brother stared out of the window in blank astonishment, watching the policemen hammering at door after door, and delivering their incomprehensible mes- sage.
Sometimes I amuse myself by delivering some bandit or criminal from the bonds of the law.
When the ladies returned to the drawing-room, there was little to be done but to hear Lady Catherine talk, which she did without any intermission till coffee came in, delivering her opinion on every subject in so decisive a manner, as proved that she was not used to have her judgement controverted.
Guiche summoned one of his grooms, and delivering the prisoner into his charge, with orders to shoot him through the head if he attempted to escape, he leaped from his horse and approached Raoul.
Smiling bitterly at himself and her, he took the heavy key of the Province House, and delivering it into the old lady's hands, drew his cloak around him for departure.
To cut the delinquent son off with a shilling, was like delivering him over to his evil propensities.