Synonyms for Dispense:


dose, administration (of an estate), go on, drug, drug up, come off. direct, arrange, satisfy, resource, cater to, command, undertake, equip, come up with, enforce. apply. execute, over, carry out. excuse, discharge, relieve, absolve, let off, exempt, free, spare. dispense (noun)
deal out, shell out, dole out, distribute, parcel out, lot, administer, deal, mete out, allot, dish out.


allot (verb)
cut, assign, deal, allot, distribute, allow, budget, ration, partition, earmark, Mete, divide, apportion, share, portion, slice, give, parcel, allocate, split, segment, measure, set.
body (verb)
disperse (verb)
disperse, disseminate, scatter, dissipate, disband.
dole out supply (verb)
deal out, share, allot, deal, apportion, allocate, assign, divvy, mete out, disburse, divide, give, distribute, shell out, furnish, measure, portion, lot, partition, dish out.
exempt from responsibility (verb)
excuse, relieve, let off, spare, absolve.
give (verb)
expend, dole, award, render, bequeath, assist, donate, lend, disburse, grant, serve, tender, fund, bestow, submit, provide, endow, deliver, attribute, impart, extend, furnish, send, pay, consign, supply, offer, contribute, help, shower, ascribe, lavish, devote, pledge, present.
operate, administer (verb)
command, carry out, enforce, apply, undertake, direct, discharge, execute.
supply (verb)
clothe, replenish, board, reinforce, feed, reload, sell, deploy, cater.

Other synonyms:

divvy, drug up, come off. drug, dose, exempt, administration (of an estate). execute, absolve, go on, spare. apply. discharge, excuse. relieve. expend
parcel out.
cater to.

Usage examples for dispense

  1. M. Corvisart, somewhat anxious perhaps, came on Monday instead of Wednesday; and when he entered Napoleon's room, the latter, who was in his dressing- gown, ran to him, and taking him by both ears, said, " Well, Monsieur, it seems that if I were seriously ill, I should have to dispense with your services." – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  2. Consequently, I've formed opinions, and one of my opinions is that it is better to dispense with superfluous luggage. – Here and Hereafter by Barry Pain
  3. I could not well dispense myself, with more men, and in case my prize was released by the English, it would be better they had so few prisoners of ours to take. – The Journal of Submarine Commander von Forstner by Georg-Günther von Forstner Commentator: John Hays, Jr. Hammond