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Sentence count:74+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: agreeablecompatibleharmoniouslike-mindedpleasingSimilar words: denialtangentialcongestedcontingentcontingencycolonialbiennialcolonialismMeaning: [kən'dʒiːnjəl]  adj. 1. suitable to your needs or similar to your nature 2. used of plants; capable of cross-fertilization or of being grafted. 
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1. Congenial minds are disposed to associate. 
2. The department provides a congenial atmosphere for research.
3. I find this aspect of my job particularly congenial.
4. Compost provides congenial conditions for roots to develop.
5. Frank was a very congenial colleague.
6. He is back in more congenial company.
7. The summers out here are not congenial to the average North European.
8. He found congenial officers who knew how to leaven war's rigours with riotous enjoyment.
9. Minnesotans are known for their congenial manner.
10. I find him very congenial.
11. One encounters a comparatively congenial Schoenberg here.
12. I had developed a very congenial relationship with my boss, who I discovered was gay also.
13. Electricity was flexible and clean, altogether a more congenial source of energy than steam.
14. Yet parents above all need those congenial working conditions if they are to parent well.
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15. This phenomenon actually adds greatly to the congenial atmosphere of an agency and encourages friendship and good relations at all levels.
16. I like to take my pleasures in more congenial surroundings, cara.
17. Marxism's vision of socialism was much more congenial to the intelligentsia than that of a peasant-based utopia.
18. Looking back, the heartland was a congenial place to nail down the business.
19. No fuss was made in my day if a new writer took from an old one whatever material he found congenial.
20. Bonny Hicks appeared to me to be the paradigmatic example of an autonomous, free-choosing individual who decided early on to construct a lifestyle congenial to her idiosyncratic sense of self-expression.
21. Eliot, who lent the circle considerable prestige, found himself in congenial assorted, and in some cases strange, company.
22. But these had some place to go, and most of them made a move into more congenial Lutheran bodies.
23. He once told me that he found a company of not more than eleven people the most congenial.
24. Rather than feeling uncomfortable in his clothing[], a kind of congenial rapture spread through me.
25. Uncle Miller was constantly making propositions, and to develop a mood more congenial to bargaining he passed the whiskey freely.
26. Which is weird because Carter seems like such a happy guy, a congenial man with a great sense of humor.
27. There's always a strong temptation to put off the most difficult task or the least congenial subject.
28. He did not find the day-to-day life of a professional journalist congenial.
29. Clearly he found the familiar atmosphere in their house, Glamorgan, more congenial than staying with his director.
30. As options and the means of accessing them have multiplied, change has become a generally congenial rule of modern life.
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