uncongenial unsympathetic, incompatible, *inconsonant, inconsistent, incongruous, discordant, discrepant
Analogous words: *antipathetic, unsympathetic, averse: *repugnant, repellent, abhorrent, obnoxious
Antonyms: congenial
Contrasted words: companionable, cooperative, *social: pleasing, *pleasant, agreeable

New Dictionary of Synonyms. 2014.

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