'ɪntrɪkət adj. +having many complexly arranged elements; elaborate
1 involved, complicated, convoluted, entangled, tangled, knotty, complex, twisted, winding, tortuous, sinuous, anfractuous, labyrinthine, elaborate, Byzantine, fancy, ornate, rococo, Daedalian or Daedalean or Daedalic, Literary daedal or dedal:
The plot was far too intricate and I became confused.
2 perplexing, puzzling, mystifying, enigmatic:
The code was so intricate that even the computer needed hours to decipher the message.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective having a lot of different parts and small details that fit together: intricate patterns / designs / structures + an intricate network of loyalties and relationships intricately adverb: intricately carved / decorated / patterned
Collocation Dictionary adj
amazingly, extraordinarily, extremely, highly, very
an amazingly intricate structure
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