convoluted[ kon-vuh-loo-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF convoluted
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But a brain is convoluted and to a greater or lesser degree intelligent.
The convoluted and basket-work ornament may also have been derived from the same source.
All rings of the disk not concentric, convoluted in a simple, regular, spiral line; all nearly of equal breadth.
These convoluted pieces are formed into oblong bundles of 20 or 30 lbs.
Generally they are straight or curved; less commonly, convoluted.
But this was the culmination of a much longer, convoluted and fascinating history.
About the middle of the mammalian series it begins to be convoluted.
You call a cigar a "convoluted weed," and so on, you know; that passes for facetiousness.
It is the convoluted road that ends in a bridecake or a cucumber frame.
White faces watched from the viewport as they clomped across the convoluted terrain.