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1896, Arthur Edward Waite, ''Devil-Worship in France, or the Question of Lucifer '' Chapter 14
- Let us, however, put aside for the moment the mendacities and forgeries which complicate the question of Lucifer, and let us approach Palladism from an altogether different side.
To involve in a convoluted matter.
''Don't complicate yourself in issues that are beyond the scope of your understanding.''
''John has been complicated in the affair by new tapes that surfaced.''
''The attorney|DA has made every effort to complicate me in the scandal.''
1745, Edward Young, ''Night-Thoughts'', I:
- How poor, how rich, how abject, how august, / How complicate, how wonderful, is Man!
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