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complexity
Definition:
The state of being intricate or involved; opposite to simplicity.

Synonyms:

noun
attribute
complexity, complexness.
brain-teaser
riddle.
complexity
puzzle, subtlety, intricacy, obscurity, convolution, abstruseness, complexness, Cabalism, difficulty, mystery.
complicatedness
elaboration, complication, ramification, entanglement, multiplicity, involvement, intricacy, convolution.
convolution
helix, serpentines, curlicues, sinuousness, sinuosity, Sinuosities, Snaking, Helixes, tortuousness, involutions, involution, Helices, curlicue, windings.
difficulty
wearying, hardness, adversity, ticklishness, tightness, strenuousness, contrariness, onerousness, formidability, knottiness, stressfulness, oppressiveness, cumbersomeness, harshness, severity, ordeal, fussiness, complication, wearisomeness, cantankerousness, toughness, roughness, arduousness, muddle, trickiness.
variety
variety, Multiformity, multifariousness, diversity, variation, diversification.
Examples of usage:
  1. For stay awhile to contemplate this astounding complexity of harmonious nature! – A Candid Examination of Theism by George John Romanes
  2. By placing the sciences in the order of the complexity of their subject matter, it presents them in the order of their difficulty. – Auguste Comte and Positivism by John-Stuart Mill
  3. After the many long months of salt meat and biscuit, he found his taste confused and overwhelmed by its complexity. – The Moghul by Thomas Hoover
  4. The mere idea of the journey to Manchester put Constance out of her wits, seeming a business of unparalleled complexity and difficulty. – The Old Wives' Tale by Arnold Bennett
  5. The growing complexity was too much for the patience of the simple- minded owner of Greenwood. – Janice Meredith by Paul Leicester Ford

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