The convoluted and often chaotic tangle of the taxi system was an attractive project to tackle.
It took more than five years and 50,000 pages of convoluted testimony for the U.N.-backed court to reach its conclusion.
This tends to be a lengthy and convoluted process, taking at least two years even under ideal circumstances.
The charges were as convoluted, baseless—and to the average voter, as opaque as the confected allegations about Benghazi.
The House Republicans made headlines Thursday with their convoluted immigration plan.
The oviducts are large, swollen and convoluted, resembling those in sexually mature individuals.
But a brain is convoluted and to a greater or lesser degree intelligent.
Also, I have caught sight of my first nautilus, so daintily sailing its convoluted shallop upon the sea.
All rings of the disk not concentric, convoluted in a simple, regular, spiral line; all nearly of equal breadth.
The transverse portion of the great intestine is convoluted in a remarkable manner upon itself, the ccum also being very large.
1811, past participle adjective from verb convolute (1690s), from Latin convolutus, past participle of convolvere (see convolution); or perhaps a back-formation from convolution. French has convoluté (18c.), in form a past participle adjective, without the verb.