complication

[ kom-pli-key-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF complication

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPLICATION

Mop died of old age and of a complication of diseases, in the spring of 1892.

Was it to help in such a complication as this that I had been summoned?

So much for the first complication in the tragedy of this man's life.

He needed Sally Winthrop to talk over his complication with him.

There had been some complication in the way of which she had been unable to rid herself.

Until this moment, she hadn't thought of Mattie as a complication.

The complication of parties is not to be easily disentangled.

That accident was a complication in Robert Hardy's seven days.

But here in Serres' 081doctrine of parallelism a complication enters.

Heraclius is obscure through the complication of its intrigue.

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