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cor•re•spond•ence

Also, correspondency (for defs. 3,4,5 ).

[1375–1425; late Middle English (< Middle French) < Medieval Latin]

Correspondence

  1. Correspondences are like small clothes before the invention of suspenders; it is impossible to keep them up —Sydney Smith
  2. Letters are like bodies, and their meaning like souls —Abraham Ibn Ezra
  3. A letter that was like a poem. It was … like listening to French it was so beautiful —Philip Roth
  4. A lifelong sustained correspondence like a lifelong unbroken friendship or happy marriage, requires explaining: all the cards are stacked against it —Max Lerner
  5. Little letters cozy and innocent as a baby’s layette —Truman Capote
  6. A mess of a letter … it dribbles

    and mouths all over the place like Maurice Chevalier —Dylan Thomas

  7. Printed [condolence] cards should be abolished; they’re like canned music —Gwen Schwartz-Borden, director Bereavement Center, Family Service Association of Nassau County, quoted in New York Times article on bereavement notes, November 24, 1986
  8. The time is coming when letter writing with pen and ink and sent as a personal message from one person to another will be as much of a rarity as the gold pocket watch carried on a chain —Andy Rooney
  9. A woman’s love letters are like her child. They belong to her more than to anybody else —Edith Wharton
  10. Writing to you is like corresponding with an aching void —Groucho Marx

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