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congruō uī, —, ere,

to coincide, agree: dies cum solis ratione: ut ad metam eandem solis dies congruerent, L.—Fig., to coincide, correspond, be suited, be adapted, agree, accord, suit, fit: alcuius cum moribus, to be congenial: dicta cum scriptis, L.: inter se: sermo inter omnes congruebat, L.: omni causae orationis genus: ad equestrem pugnam, Ta.—To agree, harmonize, accord, be in harmony, be like: inter nos, to be in communication, T.: deūm sententiae, N.: linguā, moribus, L.: animi corporum doloribus congruentes, affected by: in eum morem, following, L.: eae res in unum congruentes, pointing to one conclusion, L.

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