Antonym: incongruent. Similar words: congruous, incongruity, incongruous, in the long run, Congress, congregate, congregation, congratulate. Meaning: ['kɑŋgrʊənt /'kɒŋ-] adj. 1. corresponding in character or kind 2. coinciding when superimposed.

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1. All of these are

*congruent*triangles.2. The measures are

*congruent*with the changes in management policy.3. Yet their values are not

*congruent*.4. This partisanship is reinforced when parents' preferences are

*congruent*with the influences to be identified below.5. He simply asserts that their perceptions are

*congruent*with his own view that the family is the important unit.5. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.

6. The retreat design was also

*congruent*with the power styles of Tom Rice and the consultant.7. The inequality of the exchange is

*congruent*with the inequality of the status.8. Moreover, female well-being was defined in terms

*congruent*with both women's reproductive function and ideal feminine behaviour.9. And there are many areas of

*congruent*interests.10. But not all practices are

*congruent*.11. If you want to succeed, you must be

*congruent*.12. Cube: a regular solid having six

*congruent*square faces.13. For a

*congruent*patellofemoral articulation, the patella must track centrally in the trochlear groove.14. In this paper, the component feature of

*congruent*number square of the second power was presented, especially in combination principle of its series extensive diagonal lines.15. Non -

*Congruent*- all - polyethylene were inserted into a validated finite element model of a proximal tibia.16. A uniformly

*congruent*security model is presented based on observational congruence.17. The original

*congruent*number formula has been deduced by fundmental methods number theory.18. Do Australia and China have

*congruent*interests in this area?19. Some researchers have found highly

*congruent*trails on multiple rocks that support this movement theory.20. They want to work in an organisation whose values are

*congruent*with their own.21. His presence is not accidental, or perhaps it is merely

*congruent*with another motif in the Tomlinson gestalt about marriage.22. But all of those societies had political and social ideologies that were

*congruent*with their economic realities.23. On the right there are two schemes including fossil agnathan groups

*congruent*with the classifications to the left.24. Paradigmatically, a semantic affinity between two grammatically identical words is the greater the more

*congruent*their patterns of syntagmatic normality.25. In this paper we will discuss symmetric bilinear forms and quadratic forms over valuation rings, and establish the

*congruent*standard forms of symmetric matrices over valuation rings.26. However, Dahlsrud finds that the existing definitions to a large degree are

*congruent*.27. From the result, we considered that the transfer of positive hole model is

*congruent*.28. They confimp 3 ed with each other in their headphones and moved the businessman to a

*congruent*location.29. You may only use elementary geometry, such as the fact that the angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees and the basic

*congruent*triangle rules (side-angle-side, etc.).30. The developer avoids taxes the action, although is improper, but cannot deny according to the above between both sides exists licit traffic

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