convoluted

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Having numerous overlapping coils or folds
Complex, intricate or complicated

He gave a convoluted explanation that amounted to little more than a weak excuse for his absence.

rolled or coiled together; "a convoluted shell
rolled or coiled together; "a convoluted shell"
description of hose or innercore having annular or helical ridges formed to enhance flexibility
Having convolutions
An FPF product resulting from a fabrication process involving the use of special cutting equipment to produce an FPF sheet with peaks and valleys
Rolled together
disapproval If you describe a sentence, idea, or system as convoluted, you mean that it is complicated and difficult to understand. Despite its length and convoluted plot, `Asta's Book' is a rich and rewarding read = complicated straightforward
{s} curved, coiled, twisted; involved, intricate, complicated
highly involved or intricate; "the Byzantine tax structure"; "convoluted legal language"; "convoluted reasoning"; "intricate needlework"; "an intricate labyrinth of refined phraseology"; "the plot was too involved"; "a knotty problem"; "got his way by labyrinthine maneuvering"; "Oh, what a tangled web we weave"- Sir Walter Scott; "tortuous legal procedures"; "tortuous negotiations lasting for months"
Folded in tortuous windings
A foam fabrication process involving the use of a special cutting equipment to produce a foam sheet with dimples The base under the dimples can be varied in thickness Peaks can be produced from 1/2" to over 4" in height Foam dimples can be produced in a number of shapes including egg-like designs, waves, squares or sharply-defined points
Unnecessarily complex or complicated
convolute
To make unnecessarily complex
convolute
{a} having the margins rolled together
convolute
curl, wind, or twist together
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rolled longitudinally upon itself; "a convolute petal
convolute
practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive
convolute
Rolled or wound together, one part upon another; said of the leaves of plants in æstivation
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To make something unnecessarily complex
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To twist someones words to fit a desired meaning that was not intended by the speaker
convolute
rolled longitudinally upon itself; "a convolute petal"
convolute
To fold or coil into numerous overlapping layers
convolute
{f} twist, coil, roll
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