congruity[ kuh n-groo-i-tee, kon-, kuh ng-, kong- ]SEE DEFINITION OF congruity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGRUITY
Still, there was much of in congruity, even immediately about the mansion-house.
But the question recurs, how in such a case the congruity arises?
Grace of congruity is simply a variety of the old heresy of human merit.
In fact, there is a kind of congruity and method even in fooling.
But their diversity only made the congruity of the tale they had to tell more striking.
The notion of fitness, congruity, and "concatenation accordingly" does not exist.
The authenticity of the second Testament depends upon its congruity with the first.
Congruity (as pertaining more to grammar) he does not discuss.
"The congruity of life with the conceit of the personality," said Potchatkin.
All congruity and appropriateness in the comparison is lacking.