v.) past tense of the verb “sent” (to cause to be carried to another place)
I sent her home.
He sent me a present.
He was sent to prison.
He sent a card to Mary.
The thief was sent to prison.
My parents sent me a postcard.
He sent her a single red rose.
Grandmother sent us a box of apples.
My mother sent me a birthday present.
She sent him a text to break the ice.
I sent my representative to the meeting.
Divers were sent down to try and locate the wreck.
He was sent to Washington on a diplomatic mission.
Perhaps the flowers were sent by a secret admirer!
The answer came in a postcard she sent from Devon.
The regiment was sent to fight in the front line .
Copies of the proposal should be sent in duplicate.
All reports must be sent in by the end of this week.
Instead of going himself, he sent his brother in his place.
Civil war and famine sent the nation plunging into anarchy.
He was convicted of manslaughter and sent to prison for 10.
Troops have been sent to protect aid workers against attack.
He was sent off to boarding school at the tender age of seven.
He sent her a letter of congratulation on her passing the exam.
He sent her some flowers in atonement for his earlier rudeness.
He was sent off for using foul language in a match last Sunday.
The first living creature sent into space was a dog named Laika.
The newspapers are sent out via a national distribution network.
Kelly sent a blowup of their wedding picture to all her relatives.
Troops were sent in, ostensibly to protect the civilian population.
The president did not come, but sent the vicepresident in his stead.
He sent me a letter saying that he’d arrive at ten tomorrow morning.
She went to the post office, bought a postal order, and sent it off.
The soccer player headbutted his oponent and was sent off the field.
The manager was unable to attend but sent his deputy as a substitute.
Illegal immigrants are sent back across the border if they are caught.
Her bullet created a flesh wound that sent a spurt of blood onto the bedspread.
A UN force was sent in to stop fighting between three rival militias.
A convoy of trucks containing supplies was sent to the famine area.
The technician was sent to measure the hardiness of the material.
The CD player was faulty so we sent it back to the manufacturers.
Nicholas was sent to boarding school at the tender age of seven.
Russia sent two ships to help in the cleanup of the oil spill.
I have sent mother a message to tell her I shall be home late.
He sent her a note of congratulation on her election victory.
He was so busy that he sent his son instead of going himself.
We would like the invoice for this order sent in triplicate.
Some government officials sent reporters a wild-goose chase.
Many charities sent money to help the victims of the famine.