Examples of uncongenial in a Sentence
He was being asked to support a policy that was uncongenial to him.
a dank and uncongenial castle that makes one question just how merry old England really was
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If the worry is that immigrants will outvote the locals and impose an uncongenial government on them, one solution would be not to let immigrants vote—for five years, ten years or even a lifetime.
NO. 8: PIERRE BOULEZ, VIENNA PHILHARMONIC (Deutsche Grammophon) Boulez advocated for several seemingly uncongenial composers toward the end of his life, and Bruckner was a fortunate beneficiary.
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UNCONGENIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uncongenial for English Language Learners
: not pleasant or enjoyable
: not proper or suited to a particular situation, person, etc.
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