[kawr-uh-spon-duh n-see, kor-]
Origin of correspondency
First recorded in 1580–90
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Examples from the Web for correspondency
They look for the Cowper of each in the other, and find him not; the correspondency is destroyed.The Works of William Cowper
Requite one, sweet chastity, and let it be Sir Godfrey, with the correspondency of your love to him.
I will not now go behind the general statement to explore the reason of this correspondency.Essays, First Series
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The mind rests satisfied in producing a correspondency in its own thoughts, and in the exponents of those thoughts.Anima Poet
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Its like, that some of those Merchants that are of your Society, and keep a Correspondency there, may assist in procuring them.