complemental Male of Scalpellum rostratum, a restored figure, greatly magnified.
It is as true as his thought of God; yet like that it needs its complemental truth.
Pleasant hours sit so nicely in their complemental surrounding of hard ones, since everything in the world is relative.
He blended the complemental conceptions of divinity and humanity.
Neoteinic: applied to complemental females in Termites because, though reproductive, they retain some juvenile characters.
The word "great" in his code should have been "gage," and its complemental words "of battle."
On the males and complemental males of certain Cirripedes, and on rudimentary structures.
Since these dwarf males pair, not with females, but with hermaphrodites, Darwin termed them “complemental” males.
The quantity taken in with the deepest possible inspiration (complemental air) is about 100 cubic inches.
complemental Male of Scalpellum vulgare, attached over the fold in the occludent margin of the scutum of the hermaphrodite.