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use "complement" in a sentence

Carotenoids in bird plumage: the complement of red pigments in the plumage of wild and captive bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula).

In Canada, a new entry-level DX trim was added to complement the LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring packages for the 2008 and 2009 model years.

To complement the
the public's complacent attitude towards capital punishment.

Another, judy, is complacent and enjoys taking mornings and afternoons off to see to her husband.

The higher levels are populated by wealthier individuals, often regarded as "soft" and complacent.

BBC News - UK 'complacent' over wildlife threats Conch shells are occasionally used as a building material, either in place of bricks, or as bulk for landfill.

They had achieved much in their short time together and according to some observers they had lost interest, become complacent and were merely going through the motions.

Detrimentally, however, the French army emerged from these victories in an overconfident and complacent state.

The main focus of the piece is to attack traditionalists and complacent people who are afraid of change and debate.

But Zad grew old, slow and complacent.

He thought the lyrics were unrealistic and complacent.

He was then transferred to the hospital, where he managed to escape with the help of a complacent policeman.

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