congenial

Part of speech: noun

Congeniality.

Part of speech: adverb

Congenially.

Part of speech: adjective

Having similar character or tastes; sympathetic; agreeable.

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Usage examples "congenial":

  1. He loved just about the same things as the normal American or Englishman loves- his family, his friends, his country, a good story, a pleasant evening with congenial associates. - "The Victory At Sea", William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick.
  2. Each one has its own use, and appears at its best in congenial environment. - "Garden Ornaments", Mary H. Northend.
  3. Each was strangely attracted towards the other; there was something congenial in the gloom which they shared in common; though in the girl the sadness was soft and resigned, in the youth it was stern and solemn. - "Harold, Complete The Last Of The Saxon Kings", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.