Convoluted

• (a.) Folded in tortuous windings. • (a.) Having convolutions.
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convoluted

adjective rolled or coiled together; `a convoluted shell`
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Convoluted

Con'vo·lu`ted adjective 1. Having convolutions. « beaks recurved and convoluted like a ram's horn. Pennant. » 2. Folded in tortuous windings. « A highly convoluted brain. North Amer. Rev. »
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convoluted

complicated coiled twisted 
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convoluted

convoluted 1. Rolled or coiled together. 2. Having many twists, coils, or whorls. 3. Highly involved or intricate. 4. Too complex or intricate to understand easily: 'She wrote so many convoluted sentences that I could not understand what she was trying to say.'
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convoluted

highly complex or intricate
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convoluted

Synonym for convolute ... Said of parts rolled or twisted together when in an undeveloped stage, as in some corollas in the bud stage. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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convoluted

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′vō-lūt′ed Synonyms: convolute
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convoluted

[adj] - rolled or coiled together
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