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?
Will he deny me the visits of my dearest friend, and forbid me to correspond with her?
I would no more converse with the one, than correspond with the other.
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.
They correspond in part to Bunyan's own recollection of his own trials.
Inversely, inactivity weakens the effect of irritations which correspond to it.
Their habits and their dwellings should correspond to their education.
To this self-evidencing knowledge of the whole the faculty of mind is supposed to correspond.