be congruous

See: cohere
References in classic literature ?
It may be congruous with this, perhaps, that her success should be more assured in dealing with the characters of women than with those of men.
"As these businesses grow, they may reach inflection points where it could be congruous to take on external funding: enhancing the sales team, establishing a new factory, pursuing an acquisition or expanding geographically all require capital.
This would not be congruous with a situation where Turkey was negotiating accession with all 25 EU member states.