correspond[ kawr-uh-spond, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correspond
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRESPOND
Tell me, Clary, and tell me truly—Do you not continue to correspond with Mr. Lovelace?
I would no more converse with the one, than correspond with the other.
Will he deny me the visits of my dearest friend, and forbid me to correspond with her?
No-body will be permitted to see you, or to correspond with you.
A weak proof, for we can have an idea which does not correspond with an object.
For no encouragement had I given him; nor did I then correspond with him.
Inversely, inactivity weakens the effect of irritations which correspond to it.
They correspond in part to Bunyan's own recollection of his own trials.
To this self-evidencing knowledge of the whole the faculty of mind is supposed to correspond.
Their habits and their dwellings should correspond to their education.