Origin of correspondent
Related formscor·re·spond·ent·ly, adverbnon·cor·res·pond·ent, adjective, nounpre·cor·re·spond·ent, adjective
Can be confusedcorespondent correspondent
Examples from the Web for correspondent
The correspondent does a stand-up next to a burning pile of heroin and gets a taste of its effect.
Booker plans to spend his Thanksgiving dinner with CBS correspondent Gayle King and their families.
As our correspondent discovers, a little weed can go a long way.
From 1986 to 1995, the Viscount Althorp, as young Charles was then known, worked as a correspondent for NBC, most often for Today.
After rumored courting by both ABC and NBC, Pippa Middleton is reportedly inking a deal to become a Today correspondent.
It is but right that I should give this information to your correspondent "T. Cr."Notes and Queries, 1850.12.21|Various
He was a correspondent of St Boniface, who asks him to support his censure of thelbald of Mercia.
We have a letter for this Correspondent; where shall it be sent?
An Australian correspondent of the London Times declares that as it was with us, so was it with the troops that he accompanied.
Let it be understood that there are certain things which a correspondent may not send from this fleet or even reveal afterward.With the Battle Fleet|Franklin Matthews