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use "complicate" in a sentence


The twin strikes will complicate the US-led air campaign against IS.

And lawmakers could approve new Iran sanctions to complicate matters.

New rules on down payment gifts could complicate things for you as well.

Let's not complicate the issue for supporters, consumers and legislators.

To complicate matters, there is no such thing as a typical Canadian crude.

This incident can only complicate the picture with regard to those efforts.

This project is quite long-term and technically complicate and quite expensive.

The airstrike will likely complicate delicate U.S. efforts in Afghanistan.

Fahmy's fiancée, Omara, wasn't sure if Baird's position would help or complicate things.

Fears of corruption further complicate the picture for real-estate players such as Luxify.

And it's those factors that can complicate the basic calculations to estimate breakout time.

China, on the other hand, has said the legislation would complicate"" regional security."

Further storms would complicate relief efforts and leave children increasingly vulnerable to disease.

Medard Gabel once stated that war is a violent response to complexity by simple minds. complicate

Don't complicate the problem by raising new issues.

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