Galsworthy found law uncongenial and took to writing.
Above all, Brexit is forcing Mr Corbyn to fight on uncongenial terrain.
I married early, and was happy to find in my wife a disposition not uncongenial with my own.
I have a trick for doing justice to an uncongenial work: “What would I like about this if I liked it?”
Eventually he broke away from this uncongenial milieu.
The work, with its inevitable restrictions, was uncongenial to Charlotte.
In 1934 Gropius moved to London, but he found the artistic climate uncongenial.
But even if his company is uncongenial, the boarding house will soon be left far behind.
In fact, Senator Pinochet may find uncongenial a life in which others talk back rather than obey orders.
To the cooler, withdrawn Hawthorne, such depth of feeling so persistently and openly declared was uncongenial.
In addition to writing plays which were uncongenial to him and unacceptable to audiences, he did a lot of directing.
In that uncongenial milieu he studied natural science and philosophy and wrote the three treatises entitled Consolationes (Consolations).
Wojnarowicz was only 37 when he died, but he left behind an extraordinary body of work, particularly considering the uncongenial circumstances of much of his short life.
In 1785 he entered the studio of his father’s friend Jacques-Louis David, whom he revered but whose cerebral Neoclassical style was uncongenial to Gros’s romantically passionate nature.
Prior found this deterministic definition of the possible uncongenial and set about locating a fallacy in the argument that Diodorus had used to support it, the so-called Master Argument:
If the worry is that immigrants will outvote the locals and impose an uncongenial government on them, one solution would be not to let immigrants vote—for five years, ten years or even a lifetime.
It may be harder in the second term for Mr Blair to bridge the gap between the EU and an American administration with uncongenial views on climate change, missile defence, China and the Middle East.
Employed as secretary and later director of the First Edition Club of London, he became a skilled bibliographer, an occupation he considered dreary and uncongenial to his personal literary and cultural aspirations.
This involves taking on an ontology that is larger than we ordinarily recognise, but that is not uncongenial to the perdurance theorist, who is happy to regard any, however spatiotemporally disconnected, region as containing a physical object (Quine 1960:171).
At Nürnberg he made the acquaintance of Andreas Osiander, whose theological position midway between Luther and the old orthodoxy appealed to Cranmer’s cautious temperament, while Osiander’s niece Margaret appealed even more strongly to one who had for too long remained in uncongenial celibacy.
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