Origin of complementary
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Historical Examples of complementaries
The answer is that the union is one of complementaries, and not of antitheses.Sex=The Unknown Quantity
The greatest possible contrast is that of the complementaries.
In a similar way, light and dark tints act as complementaries.The Science of Human Nature
William Henry Pyle
These primaries are red, green, and blue and it will be noted that they are the complementaries of the "subtractive" primaries.Artificial Light
The effect of complementaries in color contrast is what you must study for this, for the theory of it.
- acting as or forming a complement; completing
- forming a satisfactory or balanced whole
- forming a mathematical complementsine and cosine are complementary functions
- maths logic (of a pair of sets, etc) mutually exclusive and exhaustive, each being the complement of the other
- (of genes) producing an effect in association with other genes
- involving or using the treatments and techniques of complementary medicine