GLOSSARY 317 Confotmation: Form; shape; position. Conformity: The act of conforming; agreement; correspon- dence; harmony. Congential: Existing at birth, Congeries: Collection; group; assemblage. Congestion: Excessive accumulation of blood in an organ. Conjoin: To join; unite. Conjoined: Joined; associated; combined. Conjoint; United; connected; associated. Connate: Existing at birth; congenital. Consecution: Succession; consecutive order. Consentaneous: Simultaneous; occurring at the same time. Consonantal: Relating to a consonant or consonants. Consort: Companion; partner; associate* Constrained: Holdback; repressed; embarrassed. Constrict: To contract; cause to shrink, Consummate: (adjecMve) Complete; perfect. Consummate: (verb) To complete; to perfect. Contemporaneous: Existing at the same time; existing at the present time. Conterminous: Contiguous; bordering upon; touching at the boundary. Contiguity: Nearness; proximity; contact. Contiguous: Adjacent; meeting; touching. Contingency: Possibility of happening; an unpredictable event. Contour: Outline. Contracture: A permanent contraction of muscles. Contradistinction: Distinction by unlike or opposite qualities. Contravention: Defiance; violation. Contretemps: An unexpected accident. Convalescent: Relating to convalescence or the recovery of health after sickness. Conversableness; A disposition to converse; talkativeness.