complimentary

[ kom-pluh-men-tuh-ree, -tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF complimentary

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The letter was most courteous, most complimentary, most wooing.

I know I'm not scientific, but I honestly did mean to be complimentary.

Suppose I've got somethin' on—on what complimentary folks like you would call my mind.

Nor was it merely kind or complimentary they were; they were confidential.

"You are not complimentary, at all events," he said quietly at length.

"Not complimentary to humanity, certainly," said Harcourt, laughing.

Military or complimentary titles are not used, nor are coats of arms.

Would you care to have a complimentary ticket and watch the games?

Characteristic; but complimentary that, to the ‘learned savans!’

She felt sure that the appellation of Dutchie was not complimentary.

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