compatibility is hard enough to come by without tossing racial exclusivity into the mix.
His compatibility with the domestic superwoman herself was “fabulous,” a site representative told him.
The compatibility of these two activist First Ladies across the generations is incredibly strong.
“An awful lot of people with money to invest may not have compatibility with what they buy,” Thompson notes.
At the same time she did not deem any secresy of her admiration essential to a compatibility with modesty.
This, of course, is not sufficient to determine her fitness or compatibility.
Dr. Blake therefore suggests more study of the compatibility of scion to stock, especially in regard to growth and bearing.
compatibility and common tastes, you know, Joe, and all that sort of thing.
I contract a tie which my reason tells me is based upon health and sanity and compatibility.
And there have been doubts about hair-powder and its compatibility with tragic purposes.
compatible com·pat·i·ble (kəm-pāt'ə-bəl)
Capable of existing or performing in harmonious or agreeable combination.
Capable of being grafted, transfused, or transplanted from one individual to another without reaction or rejection.
Capable of forming a chemically or biochemically stable system.