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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
complicated (adjective)
1.
consisting of parts intricately combined - a complicated recipe
2.
difficult to analyze, understand, or explain - a complicated issue complex
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complicated (adjective)
1.
having many parts or aspects that are usually interrelated
SYNONIMS:
baroque, byzantine, complicate, complicated, convoluted, daedal, elaborate, intricate, involute, involved, knotty, labyrinthian, labyrinthine, sophisticated, tangled
RELATED WORDS:
overcomplex, overcomplicated; composite, compound, heterogeneous, mixed, multibranched, multifaceted, multifarious, multipart, varied; challenging, difficult, tough; impenetrable, incomprehensible, inexplicable, Kafkaesque, unfathomable, unintelligible
NEAR ANTONYMS:
oversimplified, simplified, simplistic; homogeneous, uniform, unvaried
noncomplex, noncomplicated, plain, simple, uncomplicated
complicated (adjective)
2.
made or done with great care or with much detail
SYNONIMS:
complex, complicated, detailed, fancy, intricate, involved, sophisticated
RELATED WORDS:
elegant, exquisite, grand, magnificent, ornate, splendid; chichi, extravagant, exuberant, fancified, flamboyant, frilly, gimmicked (up), grandiose, ostentatious, overwrought, showy, souped-up; Byzantine, convoluted, involute, involuted, labyrinthian, labyrinthine
NEAR ANTONYMS:
modest, plain, plain-Jane, plain-vanilla, uncomplicated; bald, bare, naked, unadorned, undecorated, unvarnished
no-frills, simple, unfancy, unsophisticated
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