It was her kind heart and trusting personality that may have led her to correspond online with Legebokoff.
The rising statistics may correspond to the high number of unemployed Americans worrying about putting food on the table.
They just liked what they liked, which happened to correspond to what a lot of other little girls liked.
Franco adopted different looks for each section to correspond with their respective psyche.
They were not to correspond with people with foreign-sounding names.
The 'primary qualities' do not correspond in this way to an objective world radically opposed to the subjective.
Elaborate and expensive curtains and spreads were furnished to correspond.
It might be said to correspond somewhat to the old custom of offering the snuffbox.
She did not in the least correspond to my idea of what a leading lady in a popular play should be.
The outside design of the piece of copper is made to correspond to the design of the clock.
1520s, "to be in agreement, to be in harmony with," from Middle French correspondre (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin correspondere, from cor- (see com-) "together, with each other" + respondere "to answer" (see respond).
Originally in Medieval Latin of two things in mutual action, but by later Medieval Latin it could be used of one thing only. In English, sense of "to be similar" (to) is from 1640s; that of "to hold communication with" is from c.1600; specifically "to communicate by means of letters" from 1640s (in mid-18c. it also could mean "have sex"). Related: Corresponded; corresponding.