intricacy[ in-tri-kuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF intricacy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTRICACY
His household code was a marvel of intricacy and minuteness.
The consideration of promises, made under an error, is a subject of some intricacy.
They vary very considerably in size, in form and in intricacy.
The chess problem was deeper in its cunning and its intricacy.
The blindness and intricacy of the route form the only difficulty.
The intricacy introduced into the question by a passage of Procopius is greater.
I have quoted two verses to show the intricacy of the pattern.
It was early morning, scented with vanilla, and the intricacy of leaves was radiant.
He was perplexed at no intricacy, he was daunted at no obstacle.
We like the intricacy and the vastness of the world in which we live.