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used in Anna Karenina

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corresponding by email
communicate by writing letters or email
  • "So he may hide and does hide his correspondence with women from me," she thought.
    Part Seven (78% in)

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  • But the division into young and old did not correspond with the division of parties.
    Part Six (83% in)
  • You despise public official work because you want the reality to be invariably corresponding all the while with the aim—and that's not how it is.
    Part One (36% in)
  • ...Alexandrovitch was perfectly aware that he could not exert any moral influence over his wife, that such an attempt at reformation could lead to nothing but falsity; though in passing through these difficult moments he had not once thought of seeking guidance in religion, yet now, when his conclusion corresponded, as it seemed to him, with the requirements of religion, this religious sanction to his decision gave him complete satisfaction, and to some extent restored his peace of mind.
    Part Three (40% in)
  • He wrote without using any form of address to her, and wrote in French, making use of the plural "vous," which has not the same note of coldness as the corresponding Russian form.
    Part Three (40% in)
  • The complication was of this nature: Alexey Alexandrovitch's characteristic quality as a politician, that special individual qualification that every rising functionary possesses, the qualification that with his unflagging ambition, his reserve, his honesty, and with his self-confidence had made his career, was his contempt for red tape, his cutting down of correspondence, his direct contact, wherever possible, with the living fact, and his economy.
    Part Three (42% in)
  • It is very possible that if that form does not correspond with my requirements I may give up a legal divorce.
    Part Four (17% in)
  • What deep meaning in those words, and how they correspond with what one feels at this moment," thought Levin.
    Part Five (14% in)
  • ...that the wealth of a country ought to increase proportionally, and especially in such a way that other sources of wealth should not outstrip agriculture; that in harmony with a certain stage of agriculture there should be means of communication corresponding to it, and that in our unsettled condition of the land, railways, called into being by political and not by economic needs, were premature, and instead of promoting agriculture, as was expected of them, they were competing with...
    Part Five (42% in)
  • When Levin went upstairs, his wife was sitting near the new silver samovar behind the new tea service, and, having settled old Agafea Mihalovna at a little table with a full cup of tea, was reading a letter from Dolly, with whom they were in continual and frequent correspondence.
    Part Five (44% in)
  • It was as though he assumed a high degree of importance in himself that could not be disputed, because he had long nails and a stylish cap, and everything else to correspond; but this could be forgiven for the sake of his good nature and good breeding.
    Part Six (22% in)
  • Whether the labor devoted to obtaining the money corresponded to the pleasure given by what was bought with it, was a consideration he had long ago dismissed.
    Part Seven (7% in)

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