from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Correspondence.
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- n. Archaic form of correspondence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as correspondence, 3.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as correspondence, 1, 2, 3.
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The money is quite huge in DJ correspondency, by the way.
Pyrrhus, whose youth carieth some correspondency with mine; and so constantly have I setled my love to him, as I am not well, but when
This is that which our hearts are to rest in, when ready to repine, -- there is no end of his understanding; he sees all things, in all their causes, effects, circumstances, -- in their utmost reach, tendency, and correspondency.
And this beauty of God is that sweetness and holy symmetry of glory (if I may be allowed to speak so improperly) in all the perfections of God, being all in a sweet correspondency exalted in
Themselves, with their several and respective relations, dependencies, influences, circumstances, suited to that nature and being which was bestowed on them by his word in their creation, are settled in an exact correspondency to his purposes (of which afterward), not to be shaken or removed.
Let us, then, a little consider the correspondency that is between the places compared for their mutual illustration: —
Or is there any the least correspondency in name or thing between the places now instanced in and called in for relief with that under consideration?
The Athenians refused a virtuous law, because the person was vicious who proposed it; and it is generally esteemed that there is a correspondency betwixt the principles and practices of those men who earnestly profess the promotion of those principles, so that they are mutual producers and advantagers one of another.
Absolute in the Relative, not spatially or by continuation, but by exact correspondency, as the soul is contained in the body.
The regulation of foreign coins in correspondency with the principles of our national coinage, as being essential to their due operation and to order in our money concerns, will, I doubt not, be resumed and completed.