congruous


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having components pleasingly combined

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corresponding in character or kind

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suitable or appropriate together

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Observations from the remaining body of evidence (qualitative research and Level 5 publications) were congruous and predominately favoured the models in question.
There are many children who are gender-nonconforming in their appearance or interests who still have a gender identity that is congruous with their anatomy.
Petty Officer Bivona's calibrated awareness of his environment and congruous reaction to the situation significantly reduced the possibility of a catastrophic mishap to a benign maintenance evolution.
Such an organisation would be congruous with models of a segmentary society, as Higham (1989) has proposed.
As just one example, the views of medieval Dharmasastra commentators on the meaning and authority of smrti and acara as normative categories are at least as diverse as, though not exactly congruous with, those Prasad encountered among contemporary Sringeri Brahmins.
The city has a plan and the port has a plan and they're not congruous," Blethen said.
Hawcroft also quotes Herzel's assertion that "Philinte was played by La Grange, known for his social graces in both life and performance" (120), without questioning the implied assumption that an actor's stage persona and social persona must somehow be congruous.
These are some of the people who have been educated in colonial and neo-colonial institutions where they have been led to believe that to identify with African culture is congruous with living in the past.
The use of these specific neighborhoods was not only geographically convenient to the researchers; it provided an evenly distributed sample of multi-racial yet socio-economically congruous women.
In mid-August, on the University of Iowa campus, where he's in graduate school for nonfiction writing, Casteel appears perfectly congruous with his surroundings, more convincing to this observer as an academic than as the soldier in Internet photos.
It is because the relations that seem to bind everything together can often be quite congruous or in good parallel but not necessarily "hierarchical," "casual," or "logical.
One year after the operation, the fracture had healed with a congruous joint surface, and the patient had full range of motion in the middle finger with no difficulties in activities of daily living (Figure 3).
These findings are congruous with a study of gym attending men in New York City (Halkitis et al.
As for poets and mapmakers, so for scholars: "In short, the abstract vision requires the subsumption of local details, congruous and incongruous, but as the mapmakers to Britain were discovering at this time, it was the delineation of local detail--not the impossible mountaintop vision--that proved the accuracy, utility and beauty of the finished map" (102).
This representation of the uncle is congruous with media depictions of Mexico as despotic and inimical to personal freedom and liberty.