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Synonyms for complex

Synonyms for complex

consisting of two or more interconnected parts

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts


a center of organization, supply, or activity

an exaggerated concern


Synonyms for complex

a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts


Related Words

a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated

(psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior

a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures

complicated in structure


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Aerial drone views, which can be seen on the farm's website, show a complexly weaved maze within the corn, ranging from even rows to almost flower-like designs.
An extraordinarily entertaining read, Omari and the People documents author Stephen Whitfield as a truly gifted storyteller with an impressive ability to create memorable characters and then embed them into a complexly woven and engaging novel from beginning to end.
The Baker and his wife wish to have a child, but can't until they break the curse cast upon them by the Witch, complexly portrayed by Christina Pierro.
The combination of deftly crafted characters immersed into a complexly woven story marks "Crystal Ships" as an extraordinarily entertaining read.
However, for other Sundays, like Land Sunday, the texts are complexly related and offer an abundance of possible interpretations.
It was vintage England and one complexly at odds with their first-half performance.
In this excerpt from her new memoir A Simple Revolution: The Making of an Activist Poet (Aunt Lute, 2013), Judy Grahn recalls the "sexy, powerful, gorgeous, clit-distending, nipple-raising, lip-swelling, hair-shaking, spit-flowing, cunt-glowing, eye-flashing, hip-rotating, knee twisting, thigh pumping, pheromone coursing, fingers expressing, sultry spicy sweat smelling, complexly exhilarating female potentiality" that was liberated in the early days of the lesbian-feminist movement of the 1970s.
These images were shot in a very complexly lit environment, but we figured that most people would be shooting in less than ideal conditions, so this would be a good indicator of performance.
Readers will be fascinated by the complexly post-apocalyptic world of Midnight City, with every few pages providing new twists--a giant spider-like Fallout Swarm living in a nuclear power plant; the terrifying half-human Forsaken of the Drowning Plains; the River Rat land ship trading post; the complex factions system that defines Midnight City; the magic created by the Strange Lands .
He said in a statement issued from his office on Wednesday he said that the federal police has complexly failed to recover the kidnapped child.
The PML-N chief called for early elections also here as he said that the current government has complexly failed in every department.
The study also found that (1) internalized racism and liberation are complexly defined phenomena, (2) participants continued to practice manifestations of internalized racism while practicing a liberatory consciousness, which confirms the theories of the cyclical nature of identity, and (3) racial identity development models offer a framework for understanding a transition from internalized racism towards liberation but lack clarity about how transformation actually occurs.
This technology was used to produce a complexly shaped product which will be ready to place on the market after testing the prototypes.
They consider such topics as five theses on complexity reduction and its politics, responding to complexity in Australian education and society, the school and learning apparatus, assuming equal intelligence in school music and language study, being-in-relation as a way of thinking complexly, and the complex responsibility of education and politics.
This tends to suggest a much more complexly structured centre of language than was previously believed," said Professor Katrin Amunts, brain researcher at Forschungszentrum Julich and first author of the study.