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convoluted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvolutedcon‧vo‧lut‧ed /ˈkɒnvəluːtɪd $ ˈkɑːn-/ adjective  1 COMPLICATEDcomplicated and difficult to understand long paragraphs and convoluted sentences The argument is rather convoluted.see thesaurus at complicated2 formalBEND having many twists and bends a tightly-coiled convoluted tube
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convolutedThe loan approval process is very convoluted.He always uses a lot of convoluted arguments to support his theories, but no one's ever impressed.Factors like this made the leasing process a protracted and convoluted business in which potential tenants came and went.What is the convoluted chain of command?These convoluted explanations fail to identify the real lure of Niagara that it was accessible and comfortable.a convoluted freeway interchangeThe convoluted language in the UN resolution has caused confusion.I replied, wondering whether I should even try to embark upon the convoluted saga of Dad and his assumed name.Judgments frequently consist of long paragraphs and convoluted sentences replete with subordinate clauses.James's books are full of long paragraphs and convoluted sentences, which many people do not find appealing.Flattening out the convoluted surface of the brain requires more compromises than that.The convoluted tale grows thin long before it comes to rest.
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