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I need a word that fits this description: something that completes somthing else.

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    Do you want a noun? Maybe something's compliment or match.

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    Like I want to say she completed the family. She was the _________.

    I need a word for the blank.

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    http://www.answers.com/complement

    (not compliment)

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    So I would say she was the complement?

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    You can, yes.

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