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The Methodist court’s ruling was convoluted: The bishop was not removed from her post as her supporters most feared, and she was allowed to continue leading nearly 400 churches in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana and Idaho.
One of the features of a skaldic poem is that it’s incredibly convoluted, like a cryptic crossword puzzle.
The Phish universe also holds more than 30 years of convoluted in-jokes that make fans roar, and storms of glow sticks on cue.
But when markets get convoluted, entrepreneurs get creative.
Brazil (1985)– Terry Gilliam’s vision of a retro-future world, run by a convoluted over structure.
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Origin and Etymology of convolute
Latin convolutus, past participle of convolvere
First Known Use: 1698See Words from the same year
Medical Definition of convolute
: rolled or wound together with one part upon another
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