I thought I was marrying a man who had chosen a lifestyle compatible with mine.
Obviously his taste was compatible with hers.
Her prior night's transgressions were apparently forgotten as she and Betsy acted as compatible as guppies in a fish bowl.
There's an anomaly in your blood that makes you compatible with our kind.
"Yes, but she has to be screened and compatible," Toby said.
Maybe he would never find a compatible mate.
In 1495 he produced an edition of the works of Averroes; with a commentary compatible with his acquired orthodoxy.
The sovereignty of God is so exercised as to be compatible with the freedom of man.
A properly understood worship of gods and demons is quite compatible with a purified monotheism, and they might as well give up the mad idea of winning the authorities over to their faith, or of hoping to attain anything like universal agreement on divine things.
Russinia (Sub-Carpathian Russia) is granted the widest possible autonomy compatible with the integrity of the Czechoslovak Republic. The Chamber of Deputies is elected for six years, the Senate for eight.
Beside this belief, however, we find another which seems hardly to be compatible with it, viz., that the souls of the dead passed to the realm of Hel, who in Northern mythology is represented as the daughter of Loki.
On the one hand he turned his weapons against the rationalistic school, who reduced religion to the modicum compatible with an ordinary worldly mind.
We do not need to be reminded that Beatrice's adorer had a wife and children, or that Laura's poet owned a son and daughter by a concubine, in order to perceive that the mystic passion of chivalry was compatible in the middle ages with commonplace matrimony or vulgar illegitimate connexions.
In the Biographia he avows that the writings of Kant "more than any other work, at once invigorated and disciplined my understanding"; yet the gist of his estimate there is that Kant left his system undeveloped, as regards his idea of the Noumenon, for fear of orthodox persecution - a judgment hardly compatible with any assumption of Kant's Christian orthodoxy, which was notoriously inadequate.