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Intricacy

Antonyms of INTRICACY
Examples of usage:
  1. Two years had since elapsed; no demand had, during that time, been made upon him; it was not till the quarrel arose concerning ecclesiastical privileges that the claim was started, and the primate was, of a sudden, required to produce accounts of such intricacy and extent before a tribunal which had showed a determined resolution to ruin and oppress him. - "The History of England, Volume I" by David Hume
  2. " Its intricacy," as Narrien reminds us, " in the higher departments, is such as to render the processes unintelligible to all but the few distinguished persons who, by nature and profound application to the subject, are qualified for such researches." - "Moon Lore" by Timothy Harley
  3. Beautiful this cross certainly is with its delicate intricacy of ornamentation, its grace of proportion and its marvel of mere workmanship, nor is there any doubt about its history. - "Reviews" by Oscar Wilde
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Intricacy | Definition of Intricacy by Merriam-Webster

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Intricacy Synonyms, Intricacy Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

1 something that makes a situation more complicated or difficult <just now learning the intricacies of owning one's own business> Synonyms complexity, ...

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Synonyms and antonyms for intricacy. 1. intricacy (n.) marked by elaborately complex detail. Synonyms: elaboration,; complexness,; involution,; complexity, ...

Intricacies - definition of intricacies by The Free Dictionary

... intricate; complexity. 2. Something intricate: the intricacies of a census form. n., pl. ... ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new ...
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