complication


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Synonyms for complication

Synonyms for complication

something complex

Synonyms for complication

the act or process of complicating

a situation or condition that is complex or confused

any disease or disorder that occurs during the course of (or because of) another disease

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a development that complicates a situation

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puzzling complexity

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However at first there were, he admitted, no untoward complications, no embarrassing consequences.
I had my hands full of complications which were most valuable as "experience.
But on these instructive complications I must not enlarge more than to say that they could all be resumed in the one word: Delay.
As she was (very bad handwriting apart) a more than indifferent speller, and as Joe was a more than indifferent reader, extraordinary complications arose between them, which I was always called in to solve.
He had a gigantic hatred for those who made great difficulties and complications.
For, pursuing the image of the cast-away blundering upon the complications of an unknown scheme of life, it was I, the castaway, who was the savage, the simple innocent child of nature.
Half the women of his time, to speak liberally, had flung themselves at his head, and out of this pernicious fashion many complications, some of them grave, had not failed to arise.
Well, I have vowed to destroy that White Worm, and my being able to do whatever I may choose with the Lair would facilitate matters and avoid complications.
These complications of Seldon and Marchiali - the complications first of setting at liberty and then imprisoning again, the complications arising from the strong likeness in question - had at last found a very proper
Monty might be satisfied, if plenty of money were forthcoming, to abandon his partnership and release the situation from its otherwise endless complications.
On the last Saturday in April, the New York "Times" published an account of the strike complications which were delaying Alexander's New Jersey bridge, and stated that the engineer himself was in town and at his office on West Tenth Street.
When the Legislature acted politically--that is to say, when it dealt with foreign complications, or electoral reforms--he followed his leader.
The complications were astonishing and painful, and for days before he died the screams of agony of that splendid manhood could be heard for a block around.
There are complications connected with relativity, but for our present purpose they are not vital, and I shall ignore them.
The objects of the legal inquiry were necessarily beset by peculiar complications and difficulties.