noun, plural com·pli·men·ta·ries.
- complimentary close,
Origin of complimentary
Examples from the Web for uncomplimentary
Some gazed in silence, but many amused themselves by abusing us, and bestowing on us all sorts of uncomplimentary names.Saved from the Sea|W.H.G. Kingston
"Perhaps it's not quite so uncomplimentary, after all," he said.Martin Hewitt, Investigator|Arthur Morrison
“You speak in an uncomplimentary fashion of government,” said the girl, smiling.The Crimson Tide|Robert W. Chambers
On the 14th, if you receive an uncomplimentary missive, say it is less suggestive of Valentine than Orson.
Mr. Birrell has touched lightly—very lightly, but in not an uncomplimentary way—on my position in this world as a moralist.Mark Twain's Speeches|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)