[ verb kom-pli-keyt; adjective kom-pli-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF complicates
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"To my mind it complicates rather than simplifies," said Beale.

This increases its usefulness but complicates its management.

"That complicates matters, so far as she is concerned," he admitted.

That facts have a value of their own, at once complicates and explains this question.

“But it complicates everything,” said Stone, who was thinking quickly.

What complicates his problem is the mixture of warrior and psychologist.

And these people wanting the Boston house another year complicates it.

We did not count on his presence and, to say the least, it complicates matters.

It complicates the difficulty I confess, but can never decide the question.

And this complicates matters; we may have to protect him as well as his safe.