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compliant willing to comply; accommodating.
complicate to make (a problem, issue, or situation) more difficult or complex. [3 definitions]
complicated consisting of many intricately interconnected or related parts. [2 definitions]
complication the act of complicating. [3 definitions]
complicit participating in wrongdoing or suspicious activity, or acting in association with those who are involved in such activities.
complicity participation in wrongdoing, esp. in a crime.
compliment an expression of praise, admiration, or approval. [5 definitions]
complimentary expressing or conveying a compliment. [2 definitions]
compline the last of the seven canonical hours in Christian worship, or the accompanying service.
comply to act in agreement with or obedience to a wish, request, requirement, or rule (sometimes fol. by with).
compo a composite material, such as mortar or concrete.
component a part or element of a whole; constituent. [2 definitions]
comport to behave or bear (oneself) in a particular way. [2 definitions]
comportment conduct or bearing; manner of behaving.
compose to form or shape into a whole. [6 definitions]
composed in a calm and collected state; serene.
composer one who composes, esp. music.
composing stick a hand-held, adjustable metal tray in which a compositor sets type.
composite composed of separate elements or factors. [5 definitions]
composite photograph a single photograph created from two or more separate photographs by juxtaposition, superimposition, or the like.
composition the act of composing. [7 definitions]