congruous

[ kong-groo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF congruous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGRUOUS

But the image is complete, congruous, and capable of being championed.

All around is the irrational, that which is not congruous with reason.

This is a fine illustration of an addendum that is congruous.

He has a notion of the conduct that is congruous to love's nature.

Moran in Magdalena Bay was consistent, congruous, and fitted into her environment.

They are so many atoms, not forming a congruous or harmonious whole.

The mental set facilitates responses that are congruous with itself.

It is congruous with the nature of Polytheism to admit some measure of toleration.

The lighting may always be dignified, impressive, and congruous.

No doubt it would be more reasonable and more "congruous" that Bacon's book should suggest Bacon.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONGRUOUS

geometric

adjectivepertaining to points, lines, angels and figures used in geometry
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