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complexer

  1. comparative form of complex: more complex
    • 1999, Stephen M. Wheeler, A Discourse of Wonders
      Let us turn to another aspect of Ovid's narration that demands the audience's active participation and that leads to a complexer and richer understanding of discourse and time.

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complexer

  1. Comparative form of complex

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complexe +‎ -er

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complexer

  1. To form or establish a complex (in any sense)
  2. (intransitive, colloquial) to have a complex about something

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