- Antonyms of COMPLIMENTARY:
- uncomplimentary, deprecative, sneering, deprecating, dyslogistic, deprecatory, paid, dislogistic, slighting, pejorative, derogative, depreciatory, depreciative, snide, derogatory, belittling, supercilious, disparaging, captious, carping, caviling, censuring, critical, faultfinding, hypercritical, overcritical, contemptuous, disdainful, scornful, adverse, disapproving, inappreciative, negative, unappreciative, unfavorable, unflattering, unfriendly, costly, dear, expensive, high.
- Misspellings for COMPLIMENTARY:
- complimetnary, compliamentary, complemetary, complementative, complimentery, complemetry, comlementary, complimentrary, supplimentary, complementarities, commplimentary, coplimentary, complimentry, complimentart, compoimentary, compilmentary, compensentory, compliementary, complemintary, comlimentary, complinetary, complimentarty, complimetery, complamentry, complementry, complimantary, complmantry, complenentory, complimentray, cmplimentary, cardiopulmanary, compliemtary, complimentation, complentary, complamentary, complimenatry, complimetary, complimentory, complemntary, complimnetary, suplimentary, complementarly, complemantary, complimentay, complemtary, complmentary, complementarty, complimantry, copmlimentary, complemenary, complimemtary, complinemtary, complemantry, complimenatary, complimentarity, complimentive, commmentary, complimenary, complementory, cardiiopulmonary, complemintry, compementary, cardiopulmunary, complenmentary, comlementery, compliemntary, complementoary, complementrary, compesentory, complientary, complitmentary, compimentary, compelimentary, complintary, cardipulmonary, colmpementary, complemeantary, complementaty, complenentary, compilementary, complimentairy, complimentariy, complimenty, complinatary.
- Examples of usage:
I remember I gave you and your mother complimentary tickets to the lecture.
Boswell opened a letter from some person in the North of England, of a complimentary kind, and thinking it would fatigue Dr. Johnson to have it read aloud, merely observed that it was highly in his praise.
"Father Payne",Arthur Christopher Benson.
I'm afraid I wasn't over- complimentary at the moment, but I've had time since to appreciate her tact and presence of mind.
"The Bars of Iron",Ethel May Dell.
- I remember I gave you and your mother complimentary tickets to the lecture.