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adjective as in multiplied

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For them, the trauma of assault can be compounded by a lack of institutional support, and even disciplinary action.

Of such incompatibles is compounded the mortar of his art work.

Further, the challenge for CENTCOM is further compounded by the lack of workable intelligence in Syria.

It is about unfortunate biological mechanisms gone awry, compounded by the real stress of motherhood.

This sad drama has been compounded by an engulfing fog of speculation, frequently reaching a tone of hysteria.

In Spain and Portugal it was the favorite mode of using tobacco, and rare kinds were compounded and sold at enormous prices.

Hence the introduction of the Mixture stops (also called compound stops), which were compounded of several ranks of pipes.

For in Sara Lee's experience marriage was a thing compounded of affection, habit, small differences and a home.

A drug had been compounded out of the brains and kidneys of a human corpse, and had been administered in a cup of chocolate.

The compounded rubber goes from the mixing mills to refining mills, to be prepared for the calenders.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to compounded, such as: complicated, convoluted, composite, compound, conglomerate, and manifold.

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