Definition of congenerous in US English:

congenerous

adjective

  • See congeneric

    • ‘To be concerned only with things that are congenerous and homogeneous, thereby depriving the artist of his power to manipulate things on a conceptual basis from a third party's standpoint, he becomes prone to extract the naked truth from things from a mode of positive involvement with them.’
    • ‘It is impermissible to subject human beings to differences in treatment that are inconsistent with their unique and congenerous character.’
    • ‘A group of the chemically congenerous compounds, named cobalamin, belongs to vitamin B12.’

Pronunciation

congenerous

/kənˈjenərəs/