uncongenial. Early in the marriage she was at odds with her mother-in-law, Archduchess Sophie, who
in 1987 to return to legal and scholarly practice after finding judicial work too "uncongenial". In 1991
of the "English Musical Renaissance"; after 1945 he found the less nationalistic, more cosmopolitan nature of post-war composers uncongenial.
, which he did not enter, but for some years was obliged to follow a business which was uncongenial to his
took a medical degree at Montpellier and began practice in 1720, but finding the work uncongenial
into the Grenadier Guards in 1892. Finding soldiering uncongenial, he joined the Reserves and travelled
from his father to enter banking as a career, a prospect he found uncongenial, escaped to Leipzig in 1859.
medicine for three years at Buckingham, but, finding the pursuit uncongenial, entered at Wadham