I've just notified some of the most influential bloggers in the known universe that I'm not very good at spelling:
- Expressing, using, or resembling a compliment: a concert that received complimentary reviews.
- Given free to repay a favor or as an act of courtesy: complimentary copies of the new book.
- Forming or serving as a complement; completing.
- Supplying mutual needs or offsetting mutual lacks.
Although I might have gotten away with it, the second defn. still kind-of works, and it was someone with French as their first language (I assume) that pointed out my error ( Seb Paquet).[Danny]