They could have had trouble raising new capital, it could have been problematical.
What then are we to conclude concerning these problematical lines?
But success in this direction is problematical, to say the least.
On the other hand, the very benefits the mother country is supposed to derive from its Protectorate are at least problematical.
She wants to leave it here for me and my problematical children.
It follows that idealism—at least problematical idealism, is perfectly unavoidable in this rationalistic system.
Its zigzag course makes it problematical where it will fall.
The affinities of the language are problematical; being with the Woloff and the Fulah almost equally.
There are a number of bone objects the use of which is problematical.
That it was likely to improve the fortunes of the Turks was problematical only.
c.1600, "doubtful, questionable," from French problematique (15c.), from Late Latin problematicus, from Greek problematikos "pertaining to a problem," from problematos, genitive of problema (see problem). Specific sense in logic, differentiating what is possible from what is necessarily true, is from 1610s. Related: Problematical (1560s); problematically.