complicacy


com·pli·ca·cy

noun \ˈkäm-pli-kə-sē\
plural com·pli·ca·cies

Definition of COMPLICACY

1
:  the quality or state of being complicated
2
:  something that is complicated

Examples of COMPLICACY

  1. <the difference in time zones was yet another complicacy that had to be dealt with>
  2. <the complicacy of the theory of relativity is such that it cannot be reduced to a few words that are readily comprehensible to the layman>

Origin of COMPLICACY

2complicate
First Known Use: circa 1828

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