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Word: congruent

Definition: in agreement; harmonious; corresponding; coinciding exactly; CF. congruous


Sentences Containing 'congruent'

After moving south from the Haneyville, some distance north of its present location to be congruent with rail lines, Coronation was expected to be a hub town.
Instead, our heroine is forced out into the universe at large, where she is confronted with the task of helping to build a society more congruent with her ideals."
Since 4 and 6 are congruent modulo 2, a function defined on the integers modulo 2 must give the same output when the input is 6 that it gives when the input is 4.
Spending some of his early years in Great Britain enabled him to present Buddhism in a way that is congruent with Western Logic.
The municipality of M├╝hlwald is congruent with a side valley of the Tauferer Ahrntal. The river flowing through the valley is the Ahr, which flows into the Rienz near Bruneck.
This could happen when an external event follows, and is congruent with, a thought in someone's mind, without an actual causal link.
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