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to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for complicate

make more complicated

make more complex, intricate, or richer

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The books I refer to consistently expand the frame of focus in a manner that complicates and contextualizes individuals.
Where Fibre Channel, which immediately complicates the storage picture, is required, it can be isolated in the data center where it can be reached using iSCSI and IP.
After establishing a fairly traditional approach to the short story, the course moved on to not only complicate notions of contemporary experience in America, but to complicate notions of genre as well.
This further complicates their tax filing decisions and tax calculations -- and increases their combined tax liability over what it would be were they to file jointly.
189) the work of women's historians such as Marylynn Salmon and Suzanne Lebsock, without grappling with the challenge that their evidence might present.(2) McCurry's pattern of citing secondary sources - some many, many times, with other relevant works utterly ignored - enables her to create her own small scholarly world in which the importance of her work in relation to a few key studies is carefully set out, while those that might complicate her argument with contrary evidence or different interpretations are never acknowledged.
Donahue's Kennedy School faith in respectable experts leaves him apparently unaware of bureaucratic forces within the Pentagon--military careers tied to the fate of tiny and expendable components--that needlessly complicate contracts.
A New Jersey bill that would allow the Division of Consumer Affairs to regulate call centers would seriously complicate companies' call-answering systems and interfere with efforts to respond to customers quickly and efficiently, according to the Alliance of American Insurers.
The installation's deceptive ly legible architecture mimics shopwindows or peep shows, but also a fairground's hall of mirrors: Multiple reflections (of faces on TV and those of gallery visitors) complicate the viewing of the videos, and one's attention is constantly drawn in different directions.
HIV Law covers a lot of medical, legal, and psychological ground, simplifying the merry-go-round ride through a legal system that can often complicate an HIV diagnosis.
By complicating our idea of what "travel" might mean for a Jacobean audience, Parr's introduction helps to complicate the volume's thematic unity and demonstrate the variety of impulses, assumptions, and motives informing England's divergent attitudes toward foreign travel and cultures.