Origin of correspondence
OTHER WORDS FROM correspondencenon·cor·res·pond·ence, nounpre·cor·re·spond·ence, noun
How to use correspondence in a sentence
On Tuesday, Anthony Weiner's code name for sexual correspondences was revealed as "Carlos Danger."The 5 Greatest Pieces of Carlos Danger Merchandise|The Fashion Beast Team|July 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The archive is filled with correspondences from Ginsberg and other lovers, but one letter stands out.The Mystery of the Allen Ginsberg-Diana Trilling Feud|Gregory Curtis|June 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Soon, members of the committee began correspondences with many of the prisoners there.
The co-editor of Selected Letters of William Styron, on his favorite correspondences.
The table of correspondences converts this to the number 28.
Where all is selfishness on both sides, what other correspondences may exist will hardly come into play.There and Back|George MacDonald
And he resented acutely the possibility of Vyse's starting one of his clandestine correspondences with the girl in Florida.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
The correspondences which will be laid before you contain the requisite information on the subject.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents|Edited by James D. Richardson
The angels asked, "Have the inhabitants of the earth had no previous knowledge respecting correspondences?"
BATS, in the spiritual world, are correspondences and consequent appearances of the thoughts of confirmators, 233.
British Dictionary definitions for correspondence
- communication by the exchange of letters
- the letters so exchanged