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Spell check of correspond

Correct spelling: correspond

ensure, link, same, break, check into, accord, go over, stage, mark off, compose, be, map, do with, oppose, accommodate, equate, train, send word, befit, stack up, defend, contact, check out, gybe, find out, add together, bear on, scoff, answer, add up, jeer, post, discipline, parallel, play off, represent, suit, constitute, tote up, insure, jibe, cope with, determine, tally, score, equal, moderate, summate, consort, go, make up, signify, watch, chord, coincide, equalize, sum, learn, conform, tick off, change course, stand for, flout, interpret, intend, symbolise, interconnect, chequer, tot up, play, pit, chime, check over, total, chalk up, ascertain, fit in, flank, typify, touch base, jib, acknowledge, join, condition, interrelate, record, rewrite, fit, outfit, see to it, symbolize, hold back, approximate, hear from, dovetail, amount, couple, agree, stop, portray, accord with, twin, lay out, check, harmonise, harmonize, square, measure up, present, turn back, contain, write, resemble, exemplify, meet, mate, interface, assure, rack up, formulate, amount to, fit out, pair, rhyme, sort, overlap, sum up, comport, liken, touch, drop a line, become, add, adjoin, comprise, tot, checker, interlock, quadrate, hold, mean, comport with, hold in, concord, equip, surround, mark, act, hold still for, check up on, suss out, intersect, silence, arrest, match, delay, see, reply, transcribe, conform to, barrack, equalise, hit, go with, check off, ghostwrite, dispatch, tick, communicate, concur, curb, look into, rival, compare, control, gibe, maintain, cohere, consist.

negate, clash, contradict, disaccord, conflict, gainsay, jar, differ, nullify, disagree, dispute, discord.

Examples of usage:

1) And you used to correspond, I think? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) " You see I am the Executive Secretary of the C. L. S. C.," she explained in answer to the girls' look of surprise, " so I correspond with many people whom I never have a chance to meet unless they come here in the summer." - "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua", Mabell S. C. Smith.

3) Ah, then, no doubt, you noticed that his appearance and manner does not correspond with the station he occupies? - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.