Compliment and Lecture


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Compliment noun – An admiring personal remark.
Lecture is an antonym for compliment.
Nearby Words: complement, complimented, complimentary, complied, complimenting
Antonyms for Compliment


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Lecture noun – A speech that is open to the public.
Compliment is an antonym for lecture in topics: speech of criticism, criticize lengthily.
Nearby Words: lecturer, lectured, lecturing, lector, lectureship
Antonyms for Lecture
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How words are described

good good compliment good lecture
full full compliment full lecture
similar similar compliment similar lecture
direct direct compliment direct lecture
Other adjectives: perfect, polite, honest, single, entire, big, mere, attempted.

Common collocations

character compliment character lecture character
children compliment children lecture children
someone compliment someone lecture someone
player compliment player lecture player
Other nouns: everyone, girls.

Both words in one sentence

  • Digging Yourself Deeper Seen in the Friends episode "The One Where Ross Can't Flirt," in which Ross's attempts to flirt with a pizza delivery girl degenerate into a lecture on the smell of gas and an intended compliment which makes Ross sound like a pedophile.
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