complicating

[ verb kom-pli-keyt; adjective kom-pli-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF complicating
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLICATING

But a fresh factor appeared in the problem, complicating it grievously.

The doctor informed me that the malaria was at most a—a complicating factor.

Hell sell it some time, of course, but I dont know how complicating the delay is.

The good folks have vied with one another in complicating the business.

"You will be quite well off," she repeated, without any complicating particulars.

He found the prevalence of caste ideas antipathetic and complicating.

There are too many 'Ricks' complicating the family history now.

Complicating his other disabilities was heart trouble, and he was taking nitroglycerine at the time.

But my infernal sense of humour prompted me to make a bid for complicating the mystery.

Whatever variations present themselves may with probable propriety be ascribed to complicating influences.