Synonyms
Antonyms
Etymology

1. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] a word or phrase used to complete a grammatical construction.

Synonyms

  • construction
  • grammatical construction

Antonyms

  • dysphemism
  • euphemism
  • natural object

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

Featured Games

Rhymes with Complement

  • abandonment
  • abatement
  • aberrant
  • abhorrent
  • abortifacient
  • abridgement
  • absent
  • absorbent
  • abstinent
  • abundant
  • accelerant
  • accident
  • accompaniment
  • accompaniment
  • accomplishment
  • accountant
  • accouterment
  • accoutrement
  • achievement
  • acknowledgement

Sentences with complement


1. Verb, base form
It also comes with the cutest gray, white, and gold pot that will complement any home decor.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Learn about the professional traits of your employees and create work groups in which members complement one another.

3. Noun, singular or mass
It may sound counterintuitive, but pink blush can be the perfect complement to pinkish skin.

Quotes about complement


1. It so happens that at times your desires tend to disagree with the reality and this is due to the fact that you have not let the two elements complement each other.
- Stephen Richards, Think Your way to Success: Let Your Dreams Run Free

2. 20 years ago, being called as STORY-TELLER was a TAUNT. Being a good story-teller was equated to ACTORS, DRAMAS, and LIARS etc. But now, being a story-teller is a COMPLEMENT. If you are a good story-teller than you are a good LEADER, you are a good MOTIVATOR and you are a good EDUCATOR. Time has changed*ago, being called as STORY-TELLER was a TAUNT. Being a good story-teller was equated to ACTORS, DRAMAS, and LIARS etc. But now, being a story-teller is a COMPLEMENT. If you are a good story-teller than you are a good LEADER, you are a good MOTIVATOR and you are a good EDUCATOR. Time has changed.
*- Sanjeev Himachali


2. complement

verb. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] make complete or perfect; supply what is wanting or form the complement to.

Synonyms

  • equilibrize
  • equilibrise
  • equilibrate

Antonyms

  • mental unsoundness
  • madden
  • derange
  • craze

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

3. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] number needed to make up a whole force.

Synonyms

  • manpower
  • company
  • work force
  • workforce
  • full complement
  • ship's company
  • hands

Antonyms

  • unsupportive
  • essential
  • dominant
  • mistrust

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

4. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] something added to complete or embellish or make perfect.

Synonyms

  • accompaniment

Antonyms

  • asymmetry
  • disproportion

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

5. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] a complete number or quantity.

Antonyms

  • Lady

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

6. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] either of two parts that mutually complete each other.

Synonyms

  • vis-a-vis
  • counterpart

Antonyms

  • disequilibrium
  • imbalance
  • anticatalyst

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)

7. complement

noun. ['ˈkɑːmpləmənt'] one of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response.

Synonyms

  • immune reaction
  • immunologic response
  • enzyme

Antonyms

  • exclude
  • instability
  • insanity
  • derangement

Etymology

  • complementum (Latin)
Synonym.com