He would send Chuck Traynor out on errands to get him away from the set.
Three dogs trotted around the house throughout the day, hopping in the car with Mr. and Mrs. Russell on occasion to do errands.
And please, would you mind taking care of our errands and bills?
Is life just a string of errands, dinner dates, emails, meetings, and to-do lists, she wonders?
She was not able to continue her errands; and they drove back to Mrs. Uxeley's villa.
He would often think of her while at work, or when running on errands.
Mother never sent me out on errands, and one day when I intended to go somewhere, she prevented me.
In the afternoons he walked or rode out, generally on errands of mercy.
There were no horses that wanted holding, no boxes or bags that wanted carrying, no messages or errands that wanted running.
She helped Mrs. Alder too, for she went on errands to the village every time she was asked.
Old English ærende "message, mission; answer, news, tidings," from Proto-Germanic *ærundjam (cf. Old Saxon arundi, Old Norse erendi, Danish ærende, Swedish ärende, Old Frisian erende, Old High German arunti "message"). Originally of important missions; meaning "short, simple journey and task" is attested by 1640s. Related: Errands.