correspondent[ kawr-uh-spon-duh nt, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correspondent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRESPONDENT
And then, when the cover was removed, came the time of trial to your correspondent.
A correspondent of the Tribune at once sent him word that this was a mistake.
Such were the trials of our lovers, and of correspondent worth was the reward they received.
Can any correspondent tell me where I can get a catalogue of birds' eggs?
I should like to exchange birds' eggs with any correspondent of Young People.
He was employed as correspondent in the office of Monsieur Desmarquay, a money-changer.
I wish some correspondent could tell me how to kill the rose-bugs, and how to tame my pigeons.
I am so bad a correspondent, that I do not desire a letter from you directly.
A correspondent revolution in things will attend the influx of the spirit.
For these purposes Her Majesty was Tressan's only correspondent.