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Correspondence
Correspondence Cor`re*spond"ence (-sp?nd"ens), n. [Cf. F. correspondance.] 1. Friendly intercourse; reciprocal exchange of civilities; especially, intercourse between persons by means of letters. Holding also good correspondence with the other great men in the state. --Bacon. To facilitate correspondence between one part of London and another, was not originally one of the objects of the post office. --Macaulay.
Correspondence school
Correspondence school Cor`res*pond"ence school A school that teaches by correspondence, the instruction being based on printed instruction sheets and the recitation papers written by the student in answer to the questions or requirements of these sheets. In the broadest sense of the term correspondence school may be used to include any educational institution or department for instruction by correspondence, as in a university or other educational bodies, but the term is commonly applied to various educational institutions organized on a commercial basis, some of which offer a large variety of courses in general and technical subjects, conducted by specialists.
Correspondencies
Correspondency Cor`re*spond"en*cy (k$r`r?--sp?nd"en-s?), n.; pl. Correspondencies (-s?z). Same as Correspondence, 3. The correspondencies of types and antitypes . . . may be very reasonable confirmations. --S. Clarke.
Correspondency
Correspondency Cor`re*spond"en*cy (k$r`r?--sp?nd"en-s?), n.; pl. Correspondencies (-s?z). Same as Correspondence, 3. The correspondencies of types and antitypes . . . may be very reasonable confirmations. --S. Clarke.
Correspondent
Correspondent Cor`re*spond"ent (-ent), a. [Cf. F. correspondant.] Suitable; adapted; fit; corresponding; congruous; conformable; in accord or agreement; obedient; willing. Action correspondent or repugnant unto the law. --Hooker. As fast the correspondent passions rise. --Thomson. I will be correspondent to command. --Shak.
Correspondent
Correspondent Cor`re*spond"ent, n. 1. One with whom intercourse is carried on by letter. --Macaulay. 2. One who communicates information, etc., by letter or telegram to a newspaper or periodical. 3. (Com.) One who carries on commercial intercourse by letter or telegram with a person or firm at a distance.
Correspondently
Correspondently Cor`re*spond"ent*ly, adv. In a a corresponding manner; conformably; suitably.
Corresponding
Corresponding Cor`re*spond"ing, a. 1. Answering; conformable; agreeing; suiting; as, corresponding numbers. 2. Carrying on intercourse by letters. Corresponding member of a society, one residing at a distance, who has been invited to correspond with the society, and aid in carrying out its designs without taking part in its management.
Corresponding member of a society
Corresponding Cor`re*spond"ing, a. 1. Answering; conformable; agreeing; suiting; as, corresponding numbers. 2. Carrying on intercourse by letters. Corresponding member of a society, one residing at a distance, who has been invited to correspond with the society, and aid in carrying out its designs without taking part in its management.
Correspondingly
Correspondingly Cor`re*spond"ing*ly, adv. In a corresponding manner; conformably.
Discorrespondent
Discorrespondent Dis*cor`re*spond"ent, a. Incongruous. --W. Montagu.
Incorrespondence
Incorrespondence In*cor`re*spond"ence, Incorrespondency In*cor`re*spond"en*cy, n. Want of correspondence; disagreement; disproportion. [R.]
Incorrespondency
Incorrespondence In*cor`re*spond"ence, Incorrespondency In*cor`re*spond"en*cy, n. Want of correspondence; disagreement; disproportion. [R.]
Incorresponding
Incorresponding In*cor`re*spond"ing, a. Not corresponding; disagreeing. [R.] --Coleridge.

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