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complement
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Jane Eyre
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  • In the tractability with which, at my wish, you forsook a study in which you were interested, and adopted another because it interested me; in the untiring assiduity with which you have since persevered in it — in the unflagging energy and unshaken temper with which you have met its difficulties — I acknowledge the complement of the qualities I seek.

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  • A fine wine is a perfect complement to the dinner.
  • A full complement of workers

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