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congruent (adj) suitable, appropriate; corresponding, or harmonious.
When there is a perfect agreement between two things and they fit each other well, they are congruent. The title of a play is congruent with its content if it is related to the content of the play. That is, the title is appropriate to the play. A father letting a lottery decide the marriage of his daughter as in the Shakespeare's play, 'The Merchant of Venice' is incongruent since, in reality, no father would do such a thing.
- A strong conclusion can follow only from a strong and logical argument. Then only can the conclusion be congruent with the argument.
- Two triangles are congruent if two sides and the included angle of a triangle are the same as those of the other triangle.