Synonyms for correspondent
ˌkɔr əˈspɒn dənt, ˌkɒr-
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correspondent, letter writer(noun)
someone who communicates by means of letters
correspondent, newspaperman, newspaperwoman, newswriter, pressman(adj)
a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar
"brains and computers are often considered analogous"; "salmon roe is marketed as analogous to caviar"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Synonymous (Greek syn, together, and onyma, name) strictly signifies being interchangeable names for the same thing, or being one of two or more interchangeable names for the same thing; to say that two words are synonymous is strictly to say they are alike, equivalent, identical, or the same in meaning; but the use of synonymous in this strict sense is somewhat rare, and rather with reference to statements than to words.
To say that we are morally developed is synonymous with saying that we have reaped what some one has suffered for us.
H. W. BeecherRoyal Truths p. 294. [ Ticknor & Fields'66.]
In the strictest sense, synonymous words scarcely exist; rarely, if ever, are any two words in any language equivalent or identical in meaning; where a difference in meaning can not easily be shown, a difference in usage commonly exists, so that the words are not interchangeable. By synonymous words (or synonyms) we usually understand words that coincide or nearly coincide in some part of their meaning, and may hence within certain limits be used interchangeably, while outside of those limits they may differ very greatly in meaning and use. It is the office of a work on synonyms to point out these correspondences and differences, that language may have the flexibility that comes from freedom of selection within the common limits, with the perspicuity and precision that result from exact choice of the fittest words to express each shade of meaning outside of the common limits. To consider synonymous words identical is fatal to accuracy; to forget that they are similar, to some extent equivalent, and sometimes interchangeable, is destructive of freedom and variety.
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How to use correspondent in a sentence?
I will be correspondent to command, And do my spiriting gently.
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Due to compliance requirements it's getting more and more difficult for local banks to find a correspondent bank that will take Caribbean business.
We have sent almost 40 SWIFTS to different banks around the world and we have requested that now that the sanctions are lifted, we would like to exchange documents and whether they will consider a correspondent banking relationship, some of them have come back and have asked for various questions, for documents they need.
The correspondents will go out and record the news and then send it to someone else who is responsible for putting that together into the news that is broadcast, the organization, not the correspondent, is responsible for what is broadcast.
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