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complexify

verb com·plex·i·fy \käm-ˈplek-sə-ˌfī, kəm-\
com·plex·i·fiedcom·plex·i·fy·ing

Definition of COMPLEXIFY

transitive verb
:  to make complex
intransitive verb
:  to become complex
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Examples of COMPLEXIFY

  1. <my proposal would simplify the process, whereas yours would needlessly complexify it>

First Known Use of COMPLEXIFY

1830

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