Correspond in a sentence

use Correspond in a sentence

correspond;

1. [verb] Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics; be parallel

An increase in taxes has resulted in a corresponding rise in prices.

The earliest known examples of Western art correspond approximately to the final stages of the Ice Age in Europe.

An increase in taxes has resulted in a corresponding rise in prices.

Your words are supposed to correspond to your actions, but that is not easy to put into practice.

2. [verb] to exchange messages or letters

I correspond regularly with my counterpart in the head office in Providence.

My Russian pen pal and I have been corresponding for several years.

She corresponded with her boyfriend for almost a year after he joined the army, but then she met someone else and stopped writing.

I have been corresponding with a pen pal in the USA for a year.