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Synonyms for correspond

be consistent

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communicate

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Synonyms for correspond

to be compatible or in correspondence

to be in keeping with

to be equivalent or tantamount

Synonyms for correspond

be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics

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exchange messages

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take the place of or be parallel or equivalent to

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Of course you observed the peculiarly square toes in the impressions, and that his own boots exactly corresponded to them.
A coolness had sprung up between the two cousins, and they had not corresponded since they parted in August.
Mat's old mother in Scotland, and your old father somewhere else, corresponded with, and helped a little, and--well, well
The general attended her himself to the street-door, saying everything gallant as they went downstairs, admiring the elasticity of her walk, which corresponded exactly with the spirit of her dancing, and making her one of the most graceful bows she had ever beheld, when they parted.
We conceive distinctly enough the French, the Spanish, the German genius, and it is not the less real that perhaps we should not meet in either of those nations a single individual who corresponded with the type.
The level of the soil at that point corresponded with the level of the sea, and, consequently, the balloon remained in perfect equilibrium, and absolutely motionless.
When I left Rome I corresponded with him, and about once in two months received from him long letters in queer English, which brought before me vividly his spluttering, enthusiastic, gesticulating conversation.
She could never, never do this, and corresponded with him continually, and he was making every effort to induce an exasperating father to change his mind.
They corresponded somewhat to the "patrollers" of whom I used to hear a great deal during the days of slavery, when I was a small boy.