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complete lacking no necessary elements or parts. [6 definitions]
completely entirely; absolutely.
completion the act or process of completing. [3 definitions]
completist a person, such as a stamp collector, who strives for a complete collection of samples of every kind in a particular category or group.
complex having a complicated structure; not simple. [5 definitions]
complex fraction a fraction in which either the numerator or denominator is itself a fraction.
complexion the natural hue, appearance, and condition of the skin, esp. of the face. [2 definitions]
complexioned of or with a specified complexion (usu. used in combination).
complexity the state or condition of being complex or complicated. [2 definitions]
complex sentence a sentence composed of a main or independent clause and one or more dependent or subordinate clauses, such as "This is an independent clause, whereas this is a dependent clause".
compliance acquiescence or conformity. [2 definitions]
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).