problematical (Meaning)

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problematical (s)

open to doubt or debate

making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe

problematical Sentence Examples

  1. The problematical nature of the situation made finding a solution challenging.
  2. His behavior became increasingly problematical as the evening wore on.
  3. The data presented to us was highly problematical, making accurate analysis difficult.
  4. It's clear that there are many problematical aspects to this proposal that need to be addressed.
  5. The lack of clear guidelines made the decision-making process problematical.
  6. She found herself in a problematical position when she realized she had conflicting obligations.
  7. The relationship between the two countries has become increasingly problematical in recent years.
  8. The problematical implications of the policy changes were evident to all stakeholders.
  9. Despite their best efforts, they were unable to resolve the problematical issues within the project.
  10. The teacher faced a problematical dilemma when two students accused each other of cheating.

FAQs About the word problematical

open to doubt or debate, making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe

sticky, complicated,difficult, hairy, sensitive, knotty, serious, touchy, catchy, painful

straightforward, painless, simple, easy, effortless, painless, uncomplicated, straightforward, manageable,easy

The problematical nature of the situation made finding a solution challenging.

His behavior became increasingly problematical as the evening wore on.

The data presented to us was highly problematical, making accurate analysis difficult.

It's clear that there are many problematical aspects to this proposal that need to be addressed.