- congenital afibrinogenemia,
- congenital alopecia,
- congenital amputation
Origin of congenial
Examples from the Web for congenial
She herself represents a congenial mingling of English and Scottish blood.
Initially, the congenial Enzi seemed to be blindsided by the Cheneys.
America needs a strategy to adapt to the faltering strength of its most important and congenial allies.
All the congenial things the three Democratic presidents said are true.
That last round was congenial, like a group hug on American Idol.GOP Iowa Debate: Daily Beast Contributors Grade the Candidates|The Daily Beast|December 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
You must really excuse me, as I fear I should be scarcely a congenial spirit in such a party.The Travelling Companions|F. Anstey
The Austrian campaign of 1809 called him from these congenial labours to the even more congenial operations of war.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
He clung desperately to the hope that he might remain a congenial memory to the unsuspecting girl at his side.A Traitor's Wooing|Headon Hill
Moist situations are most congenial, as among the plants that effect them it finds its winged food.Poachers and Poaching|John Watson
The wretched and outcast portion of humanity yielded to his skill its most congenial material.Prophets of Dissent|Otto Heller