Definition of congeniality in English:

congeniality

Pronunciation /kənˌjēnēˈalədē/ /kənˌdʒiniˈælədi/

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noun

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‘It's a very thought-provoking activity and breeds congeniality.’
  • ‘It is important for parents to cultivate an enlightened and tender congeniality about such matters, otherwise they risk transferring unhealthy attitudes to their children.’
  • ‘By adding in some component of intelligence or false congeniality, the interview steers you away from understanding the contest for what it really is - a valuation of the female body.’
  • ‘I hope that this atmosphere of congeniality will last.’
  • ‘Women are also learning that the game is all about congeniality.’