The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Correspond \Cor`re*spond"\ (k?r`r?-sp?nd"), v. i. [imp. & p. p.
Corresponded; p. pr. & vb. n. Corresponding.] [Pref. cor-
+ respond: cf. f. correspondre.]
1. To be like something else in the dimensions and
arrangement of its parts; -- followed by with or to; as,
concurring figures correspond with each other throughout.
None of them [the forms of Sidney's sonnets]
correspond to the Shakespearean type. --J. A.
2. To be adapted; to be congruous; to suit; to agree; to fit;
to answer; -- followed by to.
Words being but empty sounds, any farther than they
are signs of our ideas, we can not but assent to
them as they correspond to those ideas we have, but
no farther. --Locke.
3. To have intercourse or communion; especially, to hold
intercourse or to communicate by sending and receiving
letters; -- followed by with.
After having been long in indirect communication
with the exiled family, he [Atterbury] began to
correspond directly with the Pretender. --Macaulay.
Syn: To agree; fit; answer; suit; write; address.