Thesaurus / intricate
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A line of railings, covered with ironwork of a florid and intricate pattern, but greatly decayed, shut it off from the roadway.
THE BLUE PAVILIONSSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
He discovered during the long and intricate ascent that the house, or rather tower, contained a singular variety of inmates.
THE KING OF ALSANDERJAMES ELROY FLECKER
One was the Tree, or the representation of the divine emanations in their manifold and intricate complexities.
SOLOMON MAIMON: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.SOLOMON MAIMON
Under the cloak of a fine tradition of good form and fair appearances you will find some intricate disbeliefs, some odd practices.
MANKIND IN THE MAKINGH. G. WELLS
We have waded at last through the intricate forest, and halt in an open plain.
THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES, OR AN ARTIST IN CUBAWALTER GOODMAN
For polishing articles of intricate shape, brush wheels are superior to all others.
The places which have intricate spy systems to watch their employees are the ones where there is most rudeness and trickery.
THE BOOK OF BUSINESS ETIQUETTENELLA HENNEY
The way through the hinder premises of the desolate street of St. Xavier, was intricate and bewildering.
THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 2 (OF 4)JANE PORTER
He saw that until further investigation disproved it there could be but one solution of this intricate riddle.
THOROUGHBREDSW. A. FRASER
This is by means of a series of intricate dance-movements, no less striking than original.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSRAMON REYES LALA
WORDS RELATED TO INTRICATE
- at length
- hard to explain
- hard to solve
- uphill battle
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