complicate

[ verb kom-pli-keyt; adjective kom-pli-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF complicate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLICATE

The fact only served to complicate his uneasiness with a sense of mystery.

"That will complicate our search," said Glenarvan, somewhat disconcerted.

There were no women present to complicate their simple morality.

To complicate matters, the slaves rose in insurrection in August, 1791.

But this love for Phillida served to complicate his relations with Millard.

And most, I was not willing to complicate the trouble, and all but certainly make it worse.

He could not complicate his home life, because it might affect his relations with his employers.

He did not feel that he was doing anything to complicate his life.

The instinct of races came in it to complicate the questions of dogmas.

By an exclamation she might betray his identity and complicate things!

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