complicative

complicative

(ˈkɒmplɪˌkeɪtɪv)
adj
obsolete having a tendency to complicate
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Our model does not involve complicative logic, such as repeated cycles, event tracking, or stage transition.
With the knowledge of axillary dissection's complicative nature, efforts are concentrated on avoiding it when applicable.
interpretation are unnecessarily complicative (and it betrays a kind of
What actually increased plasma protein level in diabetics is not unconnected with alteration in physiological processes and complicative damage of the syndrome on the body tissues [16].
The model of an outer world created in the brain of a modern child is surrounded by a mass of complicative elements, which impart complex character to it.