complicated

All Verb Adjective
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  • This states that because certain things in nature are very complicated, they must have been designed.
  • About five years ago, I tried to make my life as complicated as possible.
  • Over other fields the situation can become much more complicated.
  • But this complicated approach has not been used since World War II ended.
  • Some historians believe he may have had a heart attack that complicated matters.
  • However, the aircraft was far too complicated for any but a highly experienced pilot.
  • The details of this are various and complicated enough that many books have been published on the subject.
  • Sometimes the situation becomes even more complicated with the changing of politics of a country.
  • Although little is known about him or their time together, the union was complicated because of her slave status.
  • For the British, the war had now become much more complicated.
  • This means that complex is the opposite of independent, while complicated is the opposite of simple.
  • The design of a nuclear weapon is more complicated than it might seem.
  • For adopted children these are more complicated questions than for their non-adopted peers.
  • The use of the term complex is often confused with the term complicated.
  • Many players study books of life and death problems to increase their skill at reading more and more complicated positions.
  • ABe's original design was generally more complicated than what finally appeared on screen.
  • This law holds no matter how complicated the force is between particles.
  • He had a complicated and troubled relationship with his father that had a major effect on his writing.
  • This aim was greatly complicated by the rise of new political forces.
  • Much more complicated expressions are required if activities are to be used.
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Root form of complicated is complicate for the verb.

Words starting with complicated

Meaning of complicated

  • verb Make more complicated
    There was a new development that complicated the matter
  • verb Make more complex, intricate, or richer
    refine a design or pattern