The act, fact, or state of agreeing or conforming.(noun)
Similarity or analogy.(noun)
Communication by the exchange of letters.(noun)
The letters written or received.(noun)
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Use "correspondence" in a sentence
"The EHRC made clear that the correspondence is a formal letter before action, putting the government on notice that it may turn to the courts to seek a judicial review of the guidance if it is not amended."
"Of the many letters received recently what comes through in much of the correspondence is the strong sense of relief at knowing the details of their illness and the hope inspired by the rigorous evaluation of their problem using"
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