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cor-

See co-.

com-

, col-, con-, cor- [L. cum, with]
Prefix meaning together or with. Com- remains com- before vowels and b, m, and p; it becomes col- before l; cor- before r; and con- before all other sounds.
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References in classic literature ?
The self-possession of that man had somehow induced a cor- responding state in myself.
After paying for his pur- chase with three half-pence extracted from the cor- ner of a handkerchief which he carried in the cuff of his sleeve, Captain Hagberd went out.