correspondingly correspondingly  /ˌkɔ rə ˈspɑn dɪŋ li/


  • (adv) in a corresponding manner


  1. A quarter-pound of meat stimulates almost twice as much gastric juices as does a quarter-pound of bread or other carbohydrates, and is correspondingly better for normal digestion.
  2. Some of the pieces are the first in line to get hit by any defaults, so they offer relatively high yields; others are last to get hit, with correspondingly lower yields.
  3. This scenario would create doubts in the minds of America's friends--and, correspondingly, increase the assertiveness of its foes.


  • Clint Eastwood Looking to Fill ‘Jersey Boy’ Movie Cast With Stage Stars

    Though the odd stage actor may make it into a movie musical here and there (e.g., Samantha Barks in Les Misérables), for the most part film versions of stage musicals tend to feature a correspondingly cinematic cast (e.g., everyone else in Les Misérables). But Clint Eastwood apparently wants to buck that trend. According to a [...]
    on June 11, 2013     Source: /Film


  • "The likelihood of growing deficits in the unified budget is of especially great concern because the deficits would drain a correspondingly growing volume of real resources from private capital formation and cast an ever-larger shadow over the...
    on Dec 2, 2005 By: Alan Greenspan Source: USA Today

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