correspondence[ kawr-uh-spon-duhns, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correspondence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRESPONDENCE
When you see them, you will observe how he endeavours to hold me to this correspondence.
Have you the least doubt about what must be the issue of this correspondence, if continued?
Would I declare, that I would still honour him with my correspondence?
The language, the style, the tone of the correspondence is the same.
The correspondence produced a meeting, and the meeting a visit from Ned to the editor.
She had kept up a correspondence with her father during his life.
But then there was constraint in the correspondence—it was submitted to her mother.
More frequently his correspondence breathed a deeper strain.
This is a convenient arrangement in using the phonograph for correspondence or dictation.
Have they not prohibited our correspondence upon that very surmise?