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com·plineor Com·pline (kŏm′plĭn, -plīn′) also com·plin or Com·plin (-plĭn)
1. The last of the canonical hours, recited or sung just before retiring.
2. The time of day appointed for this service.
[Middle English, alteration (probably influenced by matines, matins) of compli, from Old French complie, from Medieval Latin (hōra) complēta, final (hour), from Latin complētus, past participle of complēre, to complete; see complete.]
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complincompline [ˈkɒmplɪn] N → completas fpl
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