Definition of Complicates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of complicate) ¹



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Definition of Complicates

1. complicate [v] - See also: complicate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Complicates

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complicately
complicateness
complicates (current term)
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Literary usage of Complicates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

2. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

3. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

4. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

5. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

6. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

7. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

8. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

9. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

10. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

11. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

12. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

13. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

14. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

15. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

16. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

17. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

18. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

19. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

20. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

21. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

22. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

23. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

24. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

25. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

26. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

27. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

28. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

29. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

30. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

31. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

32. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

33. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

34. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

35. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

36. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

37. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

38. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

39. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

40. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

41. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

42. Introduction to Economics by Henry Rogers Seager (1905)
"Apparent Exceptions to the Law of Rent The No-rent Margin Found in Connection with Various Uses of Land The Rotation of Crops complicates but Does Not ..."

43. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

44. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

45. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

46. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

47. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"In his " Illustrations of Surface Geology," however, he complicates his earlier statement by an unfortunate " ideal section" representing each terrace as ..."

48. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

49. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

50. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

51. The London Medical Gazette (1851)
"... in the case of the pulmonary lesion which so often complicates the exanthemata in general, and which I believe to be the true history of all such cases. ..."

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