To come together, and be with each other and to answer for each and to each. This implies a form of expression, of mutual response, the answering of things to each other, but before being extended so as to express the action or relation of one side only, without abandoning the notion of mutuality.
To answer to someone or something else in fit respect--to agree with; to be agreeable or comfortable; to be congruous or in harmony with, knowing right well that you will soon accuse yourself, and shall correspond to the perfect expectation, and firm opinion that others have of you.
Seldom in places that lack correspondence, happily this life is best and corresponds well to its stiff age. Things are real and true as they correspond to their conception, as our nature corresponds to our external condition. The prudence of execution shall correspond to the wisdom of design--the outward and secret actions seldom corresponding. Habits dwell in correspondence.
Their education answers to character and function; being similar to and/or analogous to (rarely with) the riches of an assembly that corresponds to something like a parliament. Seen in these little Animals are the Instincts and Emotions, which correspond to what you observe in Creatures of bigger Dimensions. Observe a Man and The Pleasures and Pains which correspond as Opposites to each other. Their general assembly, corresponding to Plato's slave, the Polity… corresponding curiously even to Caliban.
To answer or agree in regard to position, amount, etc… The days, throughout the year, are found not to be equal, and will not justly correspond with any artificial or mechanic equal measures of time. The degrees of condensation in the air correspond to the degrees of cold that pass like screwholes in the flanks that do not correspond to each other. In Other Worlds the bright lines of the coronal spectrum correspond in position to those seen in the spectrum of the aurora and the silver penny is sure to correspond with a pennyweight.
To respond or answer concordingly, she was by him, hopefully visited, and as well sent letters and presents. She reciprocally corresponded. Having received so great a favour, she entered into correspondence with proportionable endeavour. Perhaps she may not correspond to his passion after a series of unfriendly proceedings, to which he had corresponded with a manly temperance. Life and youth correspond to their cares.
To be in accord, compliant, or complaisant with, he was not only negligent in his correspondence, but with that deference he had within him, he also had the courage to dispute commands. It is in the Interest of two Powers to correspond. To hold communication or intercourse (with), often secret intercourse in the belief that the Sun does with or to this idyll, correspond. Then, they might the more easily correspond, hold intelligence, consult together, around the World. One would not fail to correspond with the other, even if by the passages of the mountains.
As in commercial relations, scarlet Exchanges and the trouble of corresponding and negotiating Affairs gathered from the letters of merchants, and others, who correspond abroad.
As in sexual intercourse, for example, when a Babylonian and his wife have a mind to correspond. And to speak of Things: To communicate, have communication, 'to be in vital or sensible communication’. The Lignous Body, by means of many small Fibres, corresponds with the Parenchyma. By Natural Law an Amoeba can only communicate with the smallest possible area of Environment and an insect corresponds with a wider area.
To communicate (with another) by a series of letters--I had yours of last week, and by reason of some sudden encumbrances I could not correspond with you by the same Carrier. I say that those who have a mind to correspond with me, may direct their Letters to the Spectator. If this were a Love Story, if we were acknowledged Lovers, we would correspond and meet as such, answering to each other, and being agreeable with each other as such. The New Names corresponding to their virtues and offices.