(1) Grenville found the post uncongenial and his successes were few.(2) He found his first job - as a bank clerk - uncongenial , and the armed services always beckoned.(3) A question that simple has the potential for being haunting; and indeed, it has recurred to me periodically since, whenever I have come up against an uncongenial , even repellant text.(4) Many were made, and are still being made, inconvenient, uncongenial and expensive.(5) He found having to think about these issues uncongenial .(6) This may appeal to those raised with answers they found uncongenial .(7) Well, seeing as I seem to be at my rudest and my uncongenial when around you, I certainly hope not.(8) By contrast with her violent and uncongenial relationship with her first husband, Sir Percival Glyde, Laura appears to share all her second husband's aims, interests, and concerns.(9) He had emerged, married an uncongenial and rather vulgar Swiss girl, and obtained a professorship at Cooper's Hill.(10) There is not much artistic possibility to be found in caring for a sick friend, enduring an unhappy marriage, performing uncongenial work.(11) The fact is that military organizations, for the most part, study what makes them feel comfortable about themselves, not the uncongenial lessons of past conflicts.(12) Bloggers are not obliged to write about stories that they find uninteresting or uncongenial .(13) Issues of pluralism, of unity and diversity, are not confined to times when the church finds itself in an uncongenial culture, yet they take on a distinctive cast in such times.(14) Indeed, economists have good reason to find the theory of punctuated equilibrium uncongenial .(15) Although I find much of Steiner rather absurd, his ├ö├ç├┐cultural conservatism├ö├ç├û is not uncongenial .(16) The situation is not helped by the uncongenial interiors of public toilets and, of course, their widespread closure throughout Scotland.