Implex

Im'plex adjective [ Latin implexus , past participle of implectere to infold; prefix im- in + plectere to plait: confer F implexe .] Intricate; entangled; complicated; complex. « The fable of every poem is . . . simple or implex . it is called simple wh...
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Implex

• (a.) Intricate; entangled; complicated; complex.
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implex

not simple; involved; complicated
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