Origin of correspondence
SYNONYMS FOR correspondence
Related formsnon·cor·res·pond·ence, nounpre·cor·re·spond·ence, noun
Examples from the Web for correspondence
His correspondence, much of which survives, is that of an incisive and articulate observer.
While Google can argue that actual employees do not read your correspondence (their robots do), Facebook can make no such claim.How Four Upstarts Built and Crashed the Anti-Facebook|Jake Whitney|November 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Describing by biographers as an avid writer of letters, little of his correspondence appears available to public view.
The correspondence between the two became, in effect, an alliance by stealth, waiting for events to make it safely transparent.
When their correspondence was finally disclosed, it needed careful parsing.
No one can doubt it who knows the situation of the two countries, still less anyone who has read the correspondence.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|James D. Richardson
Subsequent to the correspondence with Gowrie, in 1582, nothing further is known of these writings.Life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume II (of 2)|Henry Glassford Bell
Saunders seemed to have dealt in his usual methodical manner with most of the correspondence.
He was not at all pleased to find Giles so flushed, and refused to hand over the correspondence.A Coin of Edward VII|Fergus Hume
The unaltered tradition of the Palace, and the correspondence of the existing state of things with that tradition.The Fair Maid of Perth|Sir Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for correspondence
- communication by the exchange of letters
- the letters so exchanged