picture for CongenialThe word Congenial is an adjective and it is something that is pleasant and is suited to someone’s tastes. It was first used around 1620 has been derived from Latin.

Pronunciation: kuhn-jeen-yuhl

Meanings of Congenial

1. Pleasant and suited to someone’s character or tastes
2. Compatible in tastes, interests, attitudes, or backgrounds
3. Having an outgoing pleasant character

Master’s Tip to Learn Congenial

The word Congenial can be broke into ‘con+genial’ and the word genial means something friendly and so congenial means something that is pleasant and suited to one’s character.

Sentence examples for Congenial:

1. She told me that she found it a very congenial atmosphere in which to work.
2. We studied in the congenial atmosphere of the library.

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