complexity

[ kuh m-plek-si-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF complexity

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The complexity of life is shown by the extension of the necessity of choice.

To beautify it is to take away its character of complexity—it is to destroy it.

But our State in which one man plays one part only is not adapted for complexity.

Lydia said, in a low tone charged with her own complexity of sentiment.

This is too often lost sight of in the complexity of things.

When we came into the choir and apse we found ourselves in the midst of complexity.

The complexity of modern times has for centuries demanded the opposite system.

The Major declined to argue the question—one of some complexity perhaps.

Grant's simplicity was more disconcerting than the complexity of a Talleyrand.

Yet with all its complexity it belongs to quite a different order of work from Eyrbyggja.

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