But as it tries to obscure its past mistakes, it may well be complicating future investigations.
complicating matters is the growth of the financial markets.
For years, Holbrooke ribbed me for complicating his already difficult Balkan peace talks.
Jessica Bennett on how the marriage ruling is complicating relationships—and disappointing moms.
Boehner too has a large majority, but the divisions within his ranks are complicating his path to 218.
Segregation further hindered the efficient use of black manpower by complicating the training of black soldiers.
"You will be quite well off," she repeated, without any complicating particulars.
He'll sell it sometime, of course, but I don't know how complicating the delay is.
There are too many 'Ricks' complicating the family history now.
Always these feemale girls seemed crazy to get married, bent on complicating the situation.
1620s, "to intertwine" (as a past participle adjective, early 15c.), from Latin complicatus "folded together; confused, intricate," past participle of complicare (see complication). Meaning "to make more complex" is recorded from 1832, from earlier sense "to combine in a complex way" (17c.). Related: Complicated; complicating.