Answer: complicated or complex
Word Origin late 18th century: past participle of convolute from Latin convolutus past participle of convolvere 'roll together intertwine' (see convolve).
Scrabble Points: 16
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Convoluted and convolution (a noun referring to a folded winding shape such as one of the ridges of the brain) are from Latin volvere meaning "to roll." Volvere has given English many words but one of the following is NOT from volvere. Can you pick it out? vault voluminous volley voluble devolve
15 synonyms of convoluted from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 20 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for convoluted . Convoluted : having many parts or aspects that are usually interrelated.
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complicated; intricately involved: a convoluted way of describing a simple device.
convoluted : See: circuitous complex compound difficult...