Definition of congruity in US English:



  • See congruous

    • ‘What I have been trying to do is define a congruity or community of interest between farmers and conservationists who are not farmers.’
    • ‘In an age when a Catholic leader and writer strikes a note of congruity, one is more shocked than pleased.’
    • ‘One cannot overlook the conceptual congruity between the concepts of damp stagnation (defined as pathological body fluids clogging the organs and channels) and peripheral tissue resistance, due to obesity.’
    • ‘The recorded commentaries struck a fine congruity between historical details and interesting human insights into what had happened in those resplendent rooms.’
    • ‘Yet it is a mistake to interpret the current close alliance as a congruity of interests.’