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Posted By:poppy

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2010-08-06 02:46:29
The word 'complement' means 'to go with or accompany' or 'to fulfill or complete,' as in "The kitchen had a full complement of pots and pans," or "The hotel had a full complement of amenities." It may also to be used to mean 'free of charge,' as in "The bottle of wine was complementary." To say something nice or flattering to someone is to 'conmpliment' them, as in "My compliments to the chef," or "Betty paid Susie a nice compliment on her new dress."
2010-08-06 01:55:05
My complements to the photographer with the cojones to get close enough -- oh, wait it's a Photoshop composit; a damn good one too.