- 1(Of a person) not friendly or pleasant to be with: uncongenial dining companionsMore example sentences
- The social upheavals and conflicts, the end of tsarist-style deference, and in particular the flow of peasants into the towns had meant that in public people were uncongenial and at home led narrow lives.
- Well, seeing as I seem to be at my rudest and my uncongenial when around you, I certainly hope not.
- He was seen as an effective leader, despite being taciturn and uncongenial.
- 1.1Unsuitable and therefore unlikely to promote success or well-being: the religious climate proved uncongenial to such ideasMore example sentences
- Further, the style of Siloti's artistic life was utterly uncongenial to the post-1914 era and especially the American world.
- Grenville found the post uncongenial and his successes were few.
- There is not much artistic possibility to be found in caring for a sick friend, enduring an unhappy marriage, performing uncongenial work.
More definitions of uncongenialDefinition of uncongenial in:
- The US English dictionary