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address such information used on mailed correspondence. [1/9 definitions]
agreement in grammar, correspondence between the number or person of two syntactically connected words, esp. subject and verb. [1/5 definitions]
analogy similarity or correspondence between two otherwise dissimilar things. [1/5 definitions]
censor one who examines personal correspondence of soldiers or prisoners in order to delete information considered a threat to security or propriety. [1/6 definitions]
coincidence the chance occurrence of two events at the same time, or any other such correspondence of things.
conformation the act of conforming; correspondence; accordance. [1/4 definitions]
conformity agreement or similarity in appearance or character; correspondence. [1/2 definitions]
congruent in a state of agreement or correspondence. [1/2 definitions]
consonance agreement, correspondence, or harmony. [1/3 definitions]
consonant in agreement, correspondence, or accord (usu. fol. by with or to). [1/6 definitions]
correlation a relationship or correspondence between two or more things. [1/3 definitions]
fan mail correspondence received by a prominent or famous person that contains expressions of praise or admiration.
homology an example of a homologous relationship or correspondence, as between a bat's wing and a bird's wing. [1/2 definitions]
intercalary of a day or month, inserted into the calendar to bring the calendar year into correspondence with the solar year. [1/2 definitions]
parallel correspondence, or a particular analogous feature. [1/9 definitions]
proportional having the correct correspondence between sizes or parts. [1/3 definitions]
secretary a person who works for a business or individual at such tasks as typing, filing and managing correspondence. [1/4 definitions]
self-mailer a piece of correspondence or writing paper that can be folded and mailed without an envelope.
social secretary a person whose work is handling an employer's personal correspondence and social engagements.
stationery writing paper, esp. that used for correspondence. [1/2 definitions]
vis--vis one of two persons or things that are positioned opposite to, or are in correspondence with, one another. [1/4 definitions]