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Difference between Complement and Compliment


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Complement: to match; go together; balance; harmonize.

Compliment: to praise; to make an admiring comment; to make a flattering remark; give a tribute.


Sample Usage


Example of Complement: Despite having different interests and hobbies, Sandra and Charlie complemented each other very well.

Example of Compliment: Vijay’s team leader complimented him on being a good scout at the camp.


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