Con"gru*ous (?), a. [L. congruus, fr. congruere to come together, to coincide, to agree. Of uncertain origin.]

Suitable or concordant; accordant; fit; harmonious; correspondent; consistent.

Not congruous to the nature of epic poetry. Blair.

It is no ways congruous that God should be always frightening men into an acknowledgment of the truth. Atterbury.


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