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.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORRESPONDENT

newswomen

nounreporter

pen pal

nounfriend made through letterwriting
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