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in-congrŭens , tis, adj.,
I.inconsistent, incongruous, unsuitable (post-Aug.): “sententia,Plin. Ep. 4, 9, 19: “quod est incongruens et absurdum, ut, etc.,Lact. 3, 8, 35. —With dat.: “Stoica disciplina pleraque est et sibi et nobis incongruens,Gell. 12, 5, 5.— With subject.-clause: “incongruens est in labris habere bonitatem,Lact. 3, 16, 4; 12, 17, 6.— Sup., Aug. Don. Persev. 61.— * Adv.: incongrŭenter , unsuitably, Tert. de Baptism. 19.
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