A bottle of Budweiser has six times the congener content of a Long Island iced tea, but about two-thirds the amount of alcohol.
He is not a climber and a haunter of the woods, like his congener.
It is more dependent on shade and moisture than its congener.
Its bill, also, is smaller and less powerful than that of its congener.
The bird is noisy and tuneful in the twilight like his American congener.
Its slenderer form, and proportionately longer wings and tail, make it even more elegant looking in the air than its congener.
It has a strong, clear warble, which at once suggests the song of its congener.
A plant will often thrive better upon a species of another genus than upon a congener.
Unlike its congener, the Skylark, this bird is limited to certain localities in our islands.
Like its congener, A. fornax is reported only from the hotter parts of Texas.
congener con·ge·ner (kŏn'jə-nər)
A member of the same kind, class, or group.
An organism of the same taxonomic genus as another organism.
One of two or more muscles having the same function.