I was given the opportunity to—I corresponded with my birth mother—but I chose to not pursue a relationship.
I corresponded with potential adoptive parents and spent a long weekend in Boise with the frontrunners.
He corresponded with The Daily Beast on conditions of anonymity.
In 2005 he corresponded with tax lawyers and did more IRS research.
One of those writers, Charles Maurras, had corresponded with Proust in the 1890s, until the Affair severed their relations.
He had corresponded with his sweetheart; should he find her in the mother and housewife?
At first they corresponded, then the letters began to grow fewer.
For this reason they were also called OT-maps, which corresponded to the initial letters of “orbis terrarum.”
They corresponded regularly, but they did not meet again for several months.
Crookes at first thought they corresponded to a "new or fourth state of matter."
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.