Dajani and Barghouthi each share a vision that is compatible with the core values of the United States.
I think that there are periods of history that are compatible; they have insight into each other.
Now, more than anything, Chapman wishes she could find a job that is “compatible” with her situation.
Facebook kicked her off once, she says, because she wrote that Sharia was not compatible with American society.
President Obama is absolutely correct that ensuring work is compatible with motherhood is essential.
That is all; and though it may be a rude plan, it is compatible with the most absolute individualism.
It alternates with derision, and is compatible with contempt.
Two people who are to live together as man and wife must be compatible in tastes and temper.
It cannot be implied that she is hardened, for no such quality is compatible with her character.
Now, it may not be compatible with the views of Her Majesty to accept my service under such conditions.
compatible com·pat·i·ble (kəm-pāt'ə-bəl)
Capable of existing or performing in harmonious or agreeable combination.
Capable of being grafted, transfused, or transplanted from one individual to another without reaction or rejection.
Capable of forming a chemically or biochemically stable system.