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noun as in composite, aggregate

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The translation agency only advertises for girls with “no complexes”: code for being prepared to bed the client.

That list includes apartment complexes, the Chrysler Group, real estate agencies, a laundromat and even a cemetery.

In effect, the JCS granted the U.S., British, and French military-intelligence complexes the pick of the Nazi litter.

The opening of western grazing lands and the great stockyard complexes of the midwest had made beef the relatively cheap meat.

Home to pricey condo complexes and over a dozen golf courses.

Six different complexes (groups) of subspecies of D. ordii have probably arisen as a result of geographical separation.

The species Dipodomys ordii is divisible into six complexes, or groups, of subspecies on both geographic and morphological bases.

In the mythological assimilation-complexes that gave rise to gods, celestial phenomena furnished but a part of the elements.

Man is inclined, according to Stricker, to inhibit associations which are not implied in his funded complexes.

These studies, in turn, can disclose new information on biological complexes and mechanisms.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to complexes, such as: network, system, structure, compound, group, and syndrome.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.