deliver


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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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I contracted for it; I earned it; it was paid to me; it was rightfully my own; yet, upon each returning Saturday night, I was compelled to deliver every cent of that money to Master Hugh.
gasped the elder; 'may the Lord deliver us from evil
Wragge, and not the servant, should be employed to deliver the note and to take back the answer.
Take all that you have asked,'' said he, ``Sir Knight take ten times more reduce me to ruin and to beggary, if thou wilt, nay, pierce me with thy poniard, broil me on that furnace, but spare my daughter, deliver her in safety and honour
But the colonel ordered six of the ringleaders to be seized, and thought no punishment so proper as to deliver them bound into my hands; which some of his soldiers accordingly did, pushing them forward with the butt-ends of their pikes into my reach.
I am determined to stop this barbarous practice of the Sultan's, and to deliver the girls and mothers from the awful fate that hangs over them.
About this time the fathers who had stayed behind at Fremona arrived with the new viceroy, and an officer fierce in the defence of his own religion, who had particular orders to deliver all the Jesuits up to the Turks, except me, whom the Emperor was resolved to have in his own hands, alive or dead.
You believe, and yet you deliver me up to him who fills and defiles the world with his heresies and debaucheries--to that infamous Sardanapalus whom the blind call the Duke of Buckingham, and whom believers name Antichrist
Then, in case of my refusal, this valor, should a struggle occur, will even go the length of carrying me off in the midst of my court, to deliver me into the hands of the Fronde, as you propose to deliver my minister?
Barrymore's hands, and she promised to deliver it at once.
d'Herblay came, as may be said, to deliver himself into my hands.
This was a letter from General Armstrong, inviting me to return to Hampton at the next Commencement to deliver what was called the "post-graduate address.