Origin of congruous
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Their being agents now congruous with my will gives me no guarantee that like results will recur again from their activity.Essays in Radical Empiricism|William James
The ages of inquiry and faith should, however, change places, in order to be congruous.
That is my moral, for I believe in Culture—speaking strictly now of the honest and of our own congruous kind.Within the Rim and Other Essays|Henry James
He found Quakerism "congruous with his nature in respect of its complete individualism and absence of ecclesiastical government."Herbert Spencer|J. Arthur Thomson
Over it hung the branches of a lofty breadfruit-tree, a congruous canopy for such a group.White Shadows in the South Seas|Frederick O'Brien