noun, plural com·plex·i·ties for 2.
Related formsin·ter·com·plex·i·ty, noun, plural in·ter·com·plex·i·ties.o·ver·com·plex·i·ty, nounsu·per·com·plex·i·ty, noun, plural su·per·com·plex·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for complexities
He studied the complexities of the English language and the perplexities of religious faith.
That there is some truth in these beliefs on both sides adds to the complexities.
None of these issues are being discussed in American society with attention to their complexities.Why These Marines Love ‘Frozen’—and Why It Matters|Aaron B. O’Connell|June 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Olson and Taylor-Johnson have alluded to some of the complexities in the Scarlet Witch/Quicksilver relationship.
The complexities within that religious order, renowned for its scholars and loyalty to the pope, make for a numbing leitmotif.
And this explains so many of the complexities of Shakespeare.Theodore Watts-Dunton|James Douglas
The mediations required correspond to complexities for which new languages are structurally more adequate.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
The old friend was lost, and only the teacher remained, driven to madness by the complexities and multiplicities of his new world.The Education of Henry Adams|Henry Adams
Such structural delicacy obliges us to adapt environment to its complexities.Feminism and Sex-Extinction|Arabella Kenealy
We were already accustomed to the complexities of a house; we had officiated at each separate complexity.Life's Minor Collisions|Frances Warner