1. deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)

Similar word(s): present

Definition categories: communication, mouth, speak, talk, utter, verbalise, verbalize

2. bring to a destination, make a delivery

- our local super market delivers

Definition categories: contact, bring, convey, fetch, get

3. to surrender someone or something to another

- the guard delivered the criminal to the police

Similar word(s): render

Definition categories: possession, give, hand, pass, reach

4. free from harm or evil

Similar word(s): rescue

Definition categories: social, save

5. hand over to the authorities of another country

Similar word(s): deport, extradite

Definition categories: social, expel

6. pass down

- deliver a judgment

Similar word(s): render, return

Definition categories: communication, communicate, pass

7. utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.)

- The students delivered a cry of joy

Definition categories: communication, emit, utter

8. save from sins

Similar word(s): redeem, save

Definition categories: social

9. carry out or perform

- deliver an attack

- deliver a blow

Definition categories: possession, give

10. relinquish possession or control over

Similar word(s): cede, surrender

Definition categories: possession, gift, give, present

11. throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball

- The pitcher delivered the ball

Similar word(s): pitch

Definition categories: contact, throw

12. cause to be born

Similar word(s): bear, birth, have

Definition categories: body, produce

Sentences with deliver as a verb:

- deliver a captive from the prison

- she delivered a baby boy yesterday

- the doctor delivered the baby

- the duchess was delivered of a son

- the doctor is expected to deliver her of a daughter tomorrow

- deliver a package;  deliver the mail

- deliver the thief to the police

- deliver a speech

- to deliver a blow