The iron country farther north is, I suppose, the congenial direction for a boy with these tendencies.
At a short distance, we passed the young man and the dog, in congenial company.
I then asked Richard whether he had thought of any more congenial pursuit.
Sir Leicester is particularly complacent because he has found in his newspaper some congenial remarks bearing directly on the floodgates and the framework of society.
It looks as if Symond were a sparing man in his way and constructed his inn of old building materials which took kindly to the dry rot and to dirt and all things decaying and dismal, and perpetuated Symond’s memory with congenial shabbiness.
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She has a congenial relationship with her colleagues.