Meaning/Definition of complete: Adjective describing something that is finished, whole, or lacking nothing; Verb referring to finishing or making something whole or perfect.
What is the Opposite of complete?
The Opposite of complete is incomplete.
Other Opposites of complete:
Here is the list of all opposites or antonyms of complete:
Example Sentences Using Opposites of “complete”:
- The task remained incomplete despite their efforts.
- They only provided a partial solution to the problem.
- The project was left unfinished due to unforeseen circumstances.
- The data was fragmented, making it difficult to analyze.
- The vase lay in pieces, broken beyond repair.
- The report was deficient in supporting evidence.
- Their performance was imperfect and had room for improvement.
- He left his work unaccomplished and moved on to another task.
- The issue remained unresolved despite numerous discussions.
- The team’s proposal was lacking in important details.
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