congruency

[kong-groo-uhn-see, kuhn-groo-, kuhng-]
noun, plural congruencies.

Origin:
1485–95; < Latin congruentia. See congruence, -cy

noncongruency, noun
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congruence or congruency (ˈkɒŋɡrʊəns, ˈkɒŋɡrʊənsɪ)
 
n
1.  the quality or state of corresponding, agreeing, or being congruent
2.  maths the relationship between two integers, x and y, such that their difference, with respect to another positive integer called the modulus, n, is a multiple of the modulus. Usually written xy (mod n), as in 2511 (mod 7)
 
congruency or congruency
 
n

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Examination of any words thought to be synonymous reveals a congruency of range but not an identical meaning.
Your comment fails to recognise the depth of congruency between our lives and technology.
They simply don't understand that someone with a different world view can have complete congruency within themselves.
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