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Jacinth on her side was conscious of a good deal of congeniality between herself and her aunt.
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
Without congeniality there cannot be much influence, at least not in the case of so exclusive and fastidious a nature as Chopin's.
With regard to Bellini, Chopin's sympathy was strengthened by the congeniality of their individual temperaments.
Society is split into strata made up largely through community of interest, and congeniality of ideas and thoughts.
Nothing wears better than good sense, and nothing is more essential to permanent congeniality and usefulness.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
Affinity of bodily contact only, resulting from a congeniality of sense-appetites, is therefore necessarily short lived.
It takes the greatest congeniality to make a person's snoring a pleasure to anybody and Aunt Adeline and I are not that way.
THE MELTING OF MOLLYMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
It takes the greatest congeniality to make a person's snoring a pleasure to anybody, and Aunt Adeline and I are not that way.
THE MELTING OF MOLLYMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
The secret of true Marriage is in mutuality of character, harmony of sentiment and action, congeniality of spirit.
For grafts of old wood to take, there must be a wonderful congeniality between the trees.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU

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