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    • a manifestation of compliments, admiration, or congratulation.
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compliment definition

  • noun:
    • a manifestation of compliments, admiration, or congratulation.
    • A formal act of civility, courtesy, or value.
    • great wishes; regards: Extend my compliments towards moms and dads. See Usage Note at complement.
    • An expression of compliments, congratulation, support, or value.
    • Complimentary language; courtesy, flattery.
    • typical misspelling of complement.
    • An expression, by word or work, of approbation, regard, confidence, civility, or admiration; a flattering speech or attention; a ceremonious greeting.
    • A formal work or appearance of civility, value, or respect: as, the compliments regarding the season; presenting one's compliments.
    • a manifestation of compliments, commendation, or admiration: since, he paid you a high go with within my hearing.
    • Flattery; polite, specially insincere, compliments or commendation.
    • something special or benefit bestowed; a gift.
    • a remark (or act) revealing praise and admiration
    • a manifestation of compliments, admiration, or congratulation.
    • an official work of civility, courtesy, or respect.
    • great wishes; regards: Extend my compliments towards parents. See Usage Note at complement.
    • An expression of praise, congratulation, support, or respect.
    • Complimentary language; courtesy, flattery.
    • Common misspelling of complement.
    • An expression, by-word or act, of approbation, respect, self-confidence, civility, or admiration; a flattering message or interest; a ceremonious greeting.
    • A formal work or appearance of civility, respect, or regard: since, the compliments of season; to provide one's compliments.
    • An expression of praise, commendation, or admiration: since, he paid you a top go with in my own hearing.
    • Flattery; polite, specifically insincere, praise or commendation.
    • a present-day or favor bestowed; something special.
    • a remark (or work) articulating compliments and admiration
  • verb-transitive:
    • To pay a compliment to.
    • To show fondness, respect, or value for by providing something special or doing a favor.
    • To praise, flatter, or gratify, by expressions of approbation, respect, or congratulation; to create or spend a compliment to.
    • to pay for a compliment to.
    • to exhibit fondness, respect, or respect for giving a present or carrying out a favor.
    • To praise, flatter, or gratify, by expressions of approbation, respect, or congratulation; to produce or pay a compliment to.
  • verb:
    • to cover a compliment; to convey a great viewpoint.
    • Common misspelling of complement.
    • say something to someone that expresses praise
    • present value or esteem for
    • To pay a compliment; to state a favorable opinion.
    • Common misspelling of complement.
    • say anything to someone that expresses praise
    • express respect or esteem for
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To pass compliments; to use conventional expressions of value.
    • to pass through compliments; to use main-stream expressions of respect.
  • others:
    • To pay a compliment to; slimmer or gratify by expressions of approbation, admiration, esteem, or value, or by functions implying these emotions: as, to supplement a man on his personal appearance.
    • To give complimentary congratulations to; felicitate: since, to supplement a prince regarding delivery of a son.
    • To manifest kindness or respect for by a gift or any other favor: because, he complimented united states with tickets the convention.
    • To pass compliments; usage ceremony or ceremonious language.
    • To pay a compliment to; slimmer or gratify by expressions of approbation, admiration, esteem, or respect, or by functions implying these emotions: since, to supplement a man on his individual appearance.
    • To give free congratulations to; felicitate: as, to supplement a prince on beginning of a son.
    • To manifest kindness or regard for by a gift or any other benefit: because, he complimented united states with tickets when it comes to event.
    • to pass through compliments; use service or ceremonious language.
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