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adroit skillful in difficult or complicated circumstances; clever; resourceful. [1/2 definitions]
complex having a complicated structure; not simple. [2/5 definitions]
complexity the state or condition of being complex or complicated. [1/2 definitions]
complication a complicated or complex state or condition. [1/3 definitions]
denouement the ultimate outcome of a complicated series of events. [1/2 definitions]
deus ex machina (Latin) god from a machine; in ancient Greek drama, a god brought in by a mechanical contrivance to resolve a plot or complicated situation. [1/2 definitions]
dressage the practice or methodology of training horses, esp. to obey and execute certain complicated movements.
imbroglio a difficult, confused, or complicated situation, often involving a misunderstanding, disagreement, or quarrel.
inextricable impossibly complicated. [1/3 definitions]
machine any complicated or intricate system. [1/5 definitions]
maze a complicated and usu. intentionally confusing network of pathways between high walls or dense hedges; labyrinth. [1/4 definitions]
messy unpleasant, complicated, or embarrassing. [1/2 definitions]
microchip a tiny, usu. silicon, plate of semiconducting material, holding a complicated, electronic, integrated circuit, as in computers.
noncomplicated combined form of complicated.
number-cruncher (informal) a person, machine, program or the like that performs a great many complicated numerical calculations.
officialese the language or jargon, usu. wordy, difficult to understand, and unnecessarily complicated, that is often characteristic of official pronouncements and documents.
overcomplicated combined form of complicated.
penetrate to see through, perceive, or understand (something hidden or complicated). [1/7 definitions]
perplexed of a subject or situation, complicated or confused. [1/2 definitions]
perplexity a complicated or confused situation or subject. [1/3 definitions]
plain not complicated or elaborate; without extra additions; simple. [1/8 definitions]