Complimentary or Complementary Service?

Hi Susan, Which is correct? “complimentary service” OR “complementary service”
Tom M., Spur, TX

Answer: The correct word is “complimentary,” which means (a) expressing praise or admiration or (b) given to someone free of charge as a courtesy or favor (which applies to your example). “Complementary” means going well together despite differences or mutually supplying each other’s lack. Think of it as an extension of the word “complete.”

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