noun, plural con·gru·i·ties.
- congreve, william,
- congruous hemianopsia,
Origin of congruity
Examples from the Web for congruity
Grace of congruity is simply a variety of the old heresy of human merit.Earl Hubert's Daughter|Emily Sarah Holt
The authenticity of the second Testament depends upon its congruity with the first.Sybil|Benjamin Disraeli
But surely,” exclaimed Philippa, looking up in surprise, “there is grace of congruity?The Well in the Desert|Emily Sarah Holt
There was, indeed, in all she said and did, that congruity that indicates a complete and harmonious organisation.Coningsby|Benjamin Disraeli
All congruity and appropriateness in the comparison is lacking.The Revelation Explained|F. Smith
late 14c., from Old French congruité "relevance, appropriateness," from Late Latin congruitatem (nominative congruens) "agreement," from congruus (see congruent).