Law A person charged with having committed adultery with the defendant in a divorce suit.(noun)
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Use "corespondent" in a sentence
"Don't you think 'corespondent' rather a good generic term for 'man of letters,' from the point of view of the country-town newspaper reader? ..."
"Her family were not overjoyed when she decided to become a foreign corespondent."
"The Vienna corespondent of The Times says perquisitions and arrests continue in the villayet of Adrianopole."