People who were uncongenial to him have said that he was invariably rude and overbearing.
Mark Twain's position on the 'Call' was uncongenial from the start.
When the valiant scribe had wrestled with his uncongenial task for half an hour or more, his sister came upon the scene.
This is the kind of discord I have to bear, corresponding to your uncongenial company.
The latter had been so uncongenial in accent and tone that she had hesitated about becoming my instructor on that account.
The twentieth century is uncongenial to anything of that sort.
Avowed work, even when uncongenial, is far less trying to patience than feigned pleasure.
The few boarding houses were crowded, and with an uncongenial lot as a rule.
But the political and social atmosphere of the South was uncongenial to one born and bred in the free air of Vermont.
The whole production appears like a forced and uncongenial effort.