Now she appeared too young to be congruous to the circle of the old—was too old to participate in the pastimes of the young.
All around is the irrational, that which is not congruous with reason.
They occupy the pupil in a way most congruous with the spontaneous interests of his age.
Moran in Magdalena Bay was consistent, congruous, and fitted into her environment.
In her search for a congruous room to work in, the idea of causing a pavilion to be erected in the elm vista occurred to her.
The mental set facilitates responses that are congruous with itself.
The ages of inquiry and faith should, however, change places, in order to be congruous.
The lighting may always be dignified, impressive, and congruous.
For they are simple, direct, congruous; all of one piece as a flower is of a piece with its root.
No doubt it would be more reasonable and more "congruous" that Bacon's book should suggest Bacon.