complimentarily love

complimentarily

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a complimentary manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb in a complimentary manner

Etymologies

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complimentary +‎ -ly

Examples

  • One month later, I was back on Verizon with a free, complimentarily-provided BlackBerry Curve.

    My Big iPhone Break-up

  • This complimentarily has so far been rejected in the ICC relationship with my country.

    Sudanese Ambassador to the USA Says indicting President Bashir will not resolve conflict in Darfur

  • If I thought that he was going to really want to be a-- a Nixon, and really run -- I say that complimentarily, someone who --

    CNN Transcript Nov 19, 2008

  • And it is a war that is terribly unequal: a war of men against women, as separate, complimentarily inseparable, socially-constructed classes.

    Stan Goff: The Governator Calls the Question (again)

  • Only a couple of months earlier, Victoria had lashed out at such criticisms of her husband, saying—not entirely complimentarily—that he chose not to use long words in interviews because he was a sportsman, not a TV host.

    Posh & Becks

  • Only a couple of months earlier, Victoria had lashed out at such criticisms of her husband, saying—not entirely complimentarily—that he chose not to use long words in interviews because he was a sportsman, not a TV host.

    Posh & Becks

  • Only a couple of months earlier, Victoria had lashed out at such criticisms of her husband, saying—not entirely complimentarily—that he chose not to use long words in interviews because he was a sportsman, not a TV host.

    Posh & Becks

  • Only a couple of months earlier, Victoria had lashed out at such criticisms of her husband, saying—not entirely complimentarily—that he chose not to use long words in interviews because he was a sportsman, not a TV host.

    Posh & Becks

  • Plus, knowing somehow with their finely attuned student sense that I had written complimentarily about them, the students decided to indulge in some freestylin' in the hallway about 1am.

    What was I thinking?

  • He did, however, once refer complimentarily to a maiden lady — a certain Saint Apollonia who leaped into a fire prepared for her by the heathen Alexandrians.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

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