corresponding[ kawr-uh-spon-ding, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF corresponding
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRESPONDING
Deigma—A place in the Piræus, corresponding to the modern Exchange.
A long vault, corresponding to the gallery above, led to these cellars.
Will you not, in this case, be prevented from corresponding either with Miss Howe, or with me?
Every advance on his part was accompanied by a corresponding retreat on her part.
In its brain are produced two associated series of corresponding engrams.
That such a beautiful face should be denied a corresponding beauty of figure.
And food and wisdom are the corresponding satisfactions of either?
Must we not rather assign to death some corresponding process of generation?
Their number was a fixed one, corresponding to the 5040 lots.
With each step of the advance, Job retreated a corresponding distance.