complicated[ kom-pli-key-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF complicated
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He was tying a most complicated knot, and could not look up.
The situation was, however, complicated by the proximity of the Afghan frontier.
Again Margaret hesitated; the thing seemed too complicated and full of danger.
He understands the financial situation, which is rather a complicated one.
What a complicated world this would be if we could all wear masks!
It is difficult to describe in words an invention so complicated as the bobbin-net machine.
When it is complicated by fraud or other crimes, it is the latter only which are concerned.
"It's all so complicated and difficult," she faltered, and her eyes fell beneath Peter's.
Hermione's excitement began to be complicated by a feeling of hot anger.
The management of Russian railroads was too complicated for army purposes.
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