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congruity

noun con·gru·i·ty \kən-ˈgrü-ə-tē, kän-\
plural con·gru·i·ties

Definition of CONGRUITY

1
:  the quality or state of being congruent or congruous
2
:  a point of agreement

Examples of CONGRUITY

  1. <the book alleges certain congruities between several political assassinations that were thought to be unrelated>
  2. <there's little congruity between your professed religious beliefs and your actual behavior>

First Known Use of CONGRUITY

14th century

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