correspondent


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reporter

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letter writer

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Synonyms for correspondent

something closely resembling or analogous to something else

Synonyms for correspondent

someone who communicates by means of letters

a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media

similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar

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Sir, my right-hand correspondent redoubles his signals; he is impatient.
The shot told; red with fever, while the large drops fell from his brow, the man executed, one after the other, the three signs given by the count, in spite of the frightful contortions of the right-hand correspondent, who, not understanding the change, began to think the gardener had gone mad.
Hardyman wrote to his Imperial correspondent, engaging to leave England on the earliest possible day, and asking to be pardoned if he failed to express himself more definitely, in consideration of domestic affairs, which it was necessary to settle before he started for the Continent.
Here, so far as the newspaper correspondent was aware, the affair rested for the present.
Geoffrey Delamayn, whose fair fame had been assailed (it was needless, the correspondent added in parenthesis, to say how groundlessly), was understood to have expressed, not only the indignation natural under the circumstances but also his extreme regret at not finding himself in a position to aid Captain Newenden's efforts to bring the anonymous slanderer to justice.
The war between France and Germany, he remarked, was still going on: the newspaper had offered to employ him again in the capacity of correspondent.
Your correspondent," Razumov said in an almost openly mocking tone.
It was really the idea of her correspondent, but Sophia Antonovna had adopted it fully.
Has she told me everything that correspondent of hers has found out?
But the whole community was thrilled by the size of the stakes, and each one of the dozen correspondents in the field sent out a sensational article.
Hearing from his foreign correspondents of two women who had made successful first appearances, one at Milan and one at Florence, he had arranged to visit those cities, and to judge of the merits of the dancers for himself, before he joined the bride and bridegroom.
Indeed, the wishes of my little correspondents have been considered as carefully as possible, and if the story is not exactly as you would have written it yourselves, you must remember that a story has to be a story before it can be written down, and the writer cannot change it much without spoiling it.
Three separate extracts from letters written by three different correspondents were selected to be read in Court.
They had branch houses at Alexandria and Odessa, and correspondents here, there, and everywhere, along the shores of the Mediterranean, and in the ports of the East.
In the ease of Turlington's house, the foreign merchants had drawn their bills on him for sums large in the aggregate, if not large in themselves; had long since turned those bills into cash in their own markets, for their own necessities; and had now left the money which their paper represented to be paid by their London correspondents as it fell due.