correlates

[ verb, adjective kawr-uh-leyt, kor-; noun kawr-uh-lit, -leyt, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correlates
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRELATES

Again and again we find in his inclinations the correlates of his convictions.

He correlates mental development with the evolution of the brain.

The former, as we see, has no correlates; these are only to be found in the second class.

And when subjective and objective are both without their correlates, that is the very axis of Tao.

It correlates fairly well with mental age as determined by the scale as a whole.

Our own expression upon evolution by successive dominants and their correlates is against it.

Devils that might print marks in snow are correlates to the third Dominant back from this era.

So it was an adjustment by nineteenth-century correlates, or human tropisms, to say that the marks in the snow were clawed.

We have also to consider the psychological effects of sensations, as opposed to their physical causes and correlates.

It does not include them all, as does the term social science, but it correlates and interprets them all.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, perhaps a back-formation from correlation.

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