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Tuesday word: Convoluted

Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021

Convoluted (adjective)
con·vo·lut·ed [kon-vuh-loo-tid]


adjective
1. twisted; coiled.
2. complicated; intricately involved: a convoluted way of describing a simple device.

OTHER WORDS FROM CONVOLUTED
con·vo·lut·ed·ly, adjective
con·vo·lut·ed·ness, noun
un·con·vo·lut·ed, adjective

WORDS RELATED TO CONVOLUTED
perplexing, puzzling, tortuous, tangled, intricate, labyrinthine, involved, elaborate, confused, baffling, complex, impenetrable, serpentine

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Origin: 1805–15; convolute + -ed

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVOLUTED
Following in their footsteps, however, has been a convoluted journey, one in which education became his first post-college occupation.
WHEN DEAD BEER WALKS: A DANE IN VIETNAM TURNS STRANGE BREW INTO CRAFT GIN|EUGENE ROBINSON|FEBRUARY 12, 2021|OZY

Samsung is using a double-folded lens inside that bounces light around in a convoluted pattern to change the field of view.
WATCH SAMSUNG ANNOUNCE ITS NEW GALAXY S21 SMARTPHONES AND GALAXY BUDS PRO|STAN HORACZEK|JANUARY 14, 2021|POPULAR SCIENCE

By contrast, the journey associated with making the first purchase — especially considered, big-ticket purchases — remains relatively convoluted and opaque.
ADVERTISING AUTOMATION IS AN UNDERSERVICED CATEGORY OF MARKETING|ACUITYADS|DECEMBER 15, 2020|DIGIDAY

While that might not seem relevant, the vision to bring transparency to consumers is the connecting line, the mission being to provide access to siloed data and knowledge to previously convoluted industries.
THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO START A PROPTECH COMPANY|WALTER THOMPSON|DECEMBER 3, 2020|TECHCRUNCH
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