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- adj. doubtful or disputed
- adj. dubious or ambiguous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as problematic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. open to doubt or debate
- adj. making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe
Especially problematical is the fact that what is considered fraudulent is mainly
But in this sense the conception of a noumenon is problematical, that is to say, it is the notion of that it that it is possible, nor that it is impossible, inasmuch as we do not know of any mode of intuition besides the sensuous, or of any other sort of conceptions than the categories -- a mode of intuition and a kind of conception neither of which is applicable to a non-sensuous object.
Based on available information online, the next few episodes are a bit "problematical" and viewers will have to wait and see if this formerly "hot" series can right itself, before it completely falls apart.
And Lewis was a kind of problematical hero, because shortly thereafter he took his own life.
It is the only thing I have by me of any size, and is a kind of problematical work such as the good Germans like.
It is with the tenderest touch that in his reminiscent record of this their last meeting he depicts her "problematical" nature, and pays his tribute to all that she had been to him. [
How do you deal with obnoxious behavior, misbehaving in public or just been problematical?
Anybody who could look at a map could have told you last November that this election cycle was going to be problematical for the Democrats; in fact, maps were drawn illustrating the opportunity.
With the uptick in default rates, all of a sudden it became somewhat problematical whether it could continue to pay out that interest.
And there are times when that can be problematical, said Chris Dodd, laughing.