Definition of Depeche
1. a message [n -S]
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Literary usage of Depeche
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey by George Cavendish (1905)
"And having his depeche, took his leave of the king at Richmond about noon, and so came to London with speed, where then the barge of Gravesend was ready to ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1850)
"“This fashion,” continues our chronicler, “ was taken a tart [looked upon as a test] how they came furnished with crownes for depeche of that they came for. ..."
3. Hanover and Prussia 1795-1803: A Study in Neutrality by Guy Stanton Ford (1903)
"... Note ist bald darauf mit einer Staffette eine depeche des ... wie EKM aus der depeche selbst in mehrerem zu ersehen, geruhen werden. ..."
4. Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses Connected with the by Agnes Strickland (1852)
"In his depeche homeward again, she hath written a letter of her own hand to the Earl of Arran, which is found somewhat more than wonted entertainment and ..."
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