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complacent too satisfied with oneself or one's situation.
complain to express pain, sadness, or unhappy feelings about something. [2 definitions]
complaint an act of complaining. [3 definitions]
complement something that goes well with a thing or makes a perfect addition to it. [2 definitions]
complete having all of the necessary parts; whole. [6 definitions]
completely entirely; absolutely.
completion the act or process of finishing or completing. [2 definitions]
complex difficult to understand. [2 definitions]
complexion the natural color and condition of the skin, especially of the face.
complexity the state or condition of being complex or complicated.
complex sentence a sentence made of a main or independent clause and one or more dependent or subordinate clauses. An example of a complex sentence is, "I went to the theater, which was very crowded with people."
complicate to make more difficult to do or understand.
complicated hard to understand; difficult to do or to deal with.
complication something that makes a situation more difficult or complicated.
compliment an expression of praise, admiration, or approval. [3 definitions]
complimentary expressing or giving praise. [2 definitions]
comply to do what is asked or demanded; act in agreement with a rule (sometimes followed by "with").
component a part of something.
compose to be the parts of; make up. [3 definitions]
composer someone who composes something, especially music.
composite made up of several parts.