congruential

adjective con·gru·en·tial \ ¦känˌgrü¦enchəl , ¦käŋˌ- \

Definition of congruential

: having to do with congruence; specifically : characterized by agreement (see agreement 4)

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Origin and Etymology of congruential

from congruence, after such pairs as English penitence: penitential


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