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Synonyms for complicate

Synonyms for complicate

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for complicate

make more complicated

make more complex, intricate, or richer

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Without further preface, I at once read the narrative of the conspiracy, describing it in clear outline, and dwelling only upon the pecuniary motive for it, in order to avoid complicating my statement by unnecessary reference to Sir Percival's secret.
Panetta said another complicating issue was the fact that Pakistan was a nuclear power.
And might not tonight's rendition of Acconci's infamous 1972 Seedbed read simply as pastiche, or, worse, might it just reiterate its, well, "seminal" status without complicating any of its terms?
4) described 24 patients with visual disturbances complicating dengue fever.
You will never replace honesty and integrity by complicating the rules so people don't understand them.
Complicating the picture is the fact that Atm is sensitive to caffeine, a common environmental exposure for both men and women.
Continued uncertainty on this matter places property owners and managers in a difficult situation, complicating their ability to operate and finance commercial property.
Complicating matters is the fact that Rico, the natives' chief, is Cherijo's clone brother.