from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Jointly responsive.

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  • adj. corresponding; equivalent or similar in character.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Corresponding; conformable; adapted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Responsive to effort or impulse; answering; corresponding.


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Formed as: correspons- (perfect passive participial stem of the Medieval Latin corresponde┼Ź) + English -ive; compare responsive.


  • As the "within itself oscillating realm" which holds man and being together in holding them apart, Ereignis "needs" man's corresponsive thinking.


  • A _gentleman_ is chivalrous; and there is a corresponsive quality in a _lady_, which makes her delicately sensitive about unjustly imposing on that chivalry, or which, in emergencies of sickness or disaster, enables


  • Next they start on other charges and other retreats in corresponsive spaces, and interlink circle with circle, and wage the armed phantom of battle.

    The Aeneid of Virgil

  • Night's Dream_ nor the corresponsive passage in _The Two Noble Kinsmen_ could have been written by any hand known to us but Shakespeare's; whereas the passage in _King Edward III_. might as certainly have been written by any one out of a dozen poets then living as the answering passage in _Measure for Measure_ could assuredly have been written by

    A Study of Shakespeare

  • They now stood alongside of one another, and the action of the two promised to be joint and corresponsive.

    The Wigwam and the Cabin. By the Author of "The Yemassee," "Guy Rivers," &c. First Series

  • I can fancy a good man advancing through all the mortal stages from seventeen to seventy-five, and crowned by the sympathies of corresponsive affections, simply going on from youth to youth, ending at last in youth's perfect immortality!

    Confession, or, the Blind Heart; a Domestic Story

  • Present by the Past, he at the same time weds the Past in the Present to some prepared and corresponsive Future.

    S. T. Coleridge - The Friend

  • The lowest seat height is that of the Classic and its corresponsive LT model (only 28.3 inches from the ground), but this also implies a ground clearance of only 5.1 inches, so expect a lot of scraping the tarmac with the footrests when approaching corners a little bit too fast and being needed to lean more than the usual.

    Top Speed

  • This is followed by the corresponsive LT model that comes with an MSRP of $ 14,199 and the Nomad starting at $15,199.

    Top Speed

  • Eventually, this would have inspired Suzuki to create a high-end cruiser, the C109R, and a corresponsive touring version, the C109RT.

    Top Speed


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