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Their being agents now congruous with my will gives me no guarantee that like results will recur again from their activity.
The ages of inquiry and faith should, however, change places, in order to be congruous.
That is my moral, for I believe in Culture—speaking strictly now of the honest and of our own congruous kind.
He found Quakerism "congruous with his nature in respect of its complete individualism and absence of ecclesiastical government."
HERBERT SPENCERJ. ARTHUR THOMSON
Over it hung the branches of a lofty breadfruit-tree, a congruous canopy for such a group.
Death cutting off the fatal thread with a scythe, is not a very sublime or congruous image.
This is all congruous with the ſyſtem of the day: the abuſes are real, the reform iſ imaginary.
The figure was so congruous with its surroundings that she saw with surprise a face totally strange to her.
THE POWER AND THE GLORYGRACE MACGOWAN COOKE
Love laughs at rules, but if you ask me my candid opinion, the marriage would not be … in fact, congruous.
We simply note the studies which are most congruous with the special line selected, and by this congruity we shape our group.
THE TEACHERGEORGE HERBERT PALMER

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