uncongenial


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Synonyms for uncongenial

not suitable to your tastes or needs

very unfavorable to life or growth

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used of plant stock or scions

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So long as exposure to partisan conflict-framed news satisfies the fit component of the salience hypothesis, whether news exposure is congenial or uncongenial to an individual's party identification adds little to the process of partisan identity salience.
Though seemingly unexpected, this decision was not uncongenial to her previous role and her mettle.
It is a feature of the modern game that power is more on display than the kind of artistry we once saw from players like John McEnroe, and as Nadal gets older - and a bit slower - the kind of game he helped to usher in is proving to be an uncongenial place.
The factors responsible for this state of affair are: Uncongenial and insecure surrounding of a woman at her workplace; exploitation on the part of employer and cultural impediments to women employment.
I wish I could have seen her in a more operetta-friendly space than the cavernous Met, whose uncongenial size necessitated miking--bad miking--for the dialogue and otherwise made most of the singers sound distinctly small-scale.
This synchronized with growing conventional and uncongenial oil output by OPEC members and Russia, and economic slowdown in several countries, mainly China, Salama noted.
The facts of history, occasionally uncongenial, can break our head; the details of art can heal it.
Warfield and the departure of other Princeton scholars who were open to considering the positive nature of evolution, Gundlach outlines the "highly polarized situation of the 1920s uncongenial to the Old Princeton views of science and religion" (p.
The consequences of whatever actions NATO undertakes in Iraq may well turn out to be equally uncongenial, but the forays of the so-called Islamic State (IS) have nonetheless offered it some kind of goal to strive for.
The personality and sexual trait of a man is not merely determined by the genes; rather his environment, whether congenial or uncongenial, has a positive or negative impact on man.
As revealed in the article the man is no doubt a distinguished person for the deliverance he made, kept merit and transparency above all during his professional civil service in very uncongenial circumstances and this makes him deserve for special treament to be meted out to him.
The prospect of greater co-operation between the two emerging superpowers heralds an uncongenial time.
5 million bales that were unfortunately not accomplished due to some uncongenial circumstances.
After all may be Amou Haji is showing us an alternative and uncongenial way of life to live and who's to say who's right and who's wrong?
As a composer and conductor, Leonard Bernstein was accustomed to uncongenial reviews.