noun, plural com·plex·i·ties for 2.
- complexing agent,
- complexity theory,
- complexometric titration,
Origin of complexity
Examples from the Web for complexity
His most elaborate camera maneuvers seemed almost diabolical in their complexity.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sex, with its myths, confronts us with the complexity of our behaviors and our beliefs.
Yeah, one thing that John Shea said struck me: "Narratives close off the complexity of reality."
Complexity appeals to the sophisticated grown-ups mentioned above.Five Lessons the Faltering Music Industry Could Learn From TV|Ted Gioia|August 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Fault in Our Stars may not have the complexity of a mature literary classic.Young Adult Novel Adaptations Put Mainstream Blockbusters to Shame|Amy Zimmerman|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yet this complexity and extension represent nothing positive; they express a deficiency of will.Creative Evolution|Henri Bergson
The boundaries of forms with any complexity, such as the human figure, are not continuous lines.The Practice and Science Of Drawing|Harold Speed
The complexity of the world charms us, its 'downs' as well as its 'ups,' its abysses and glooms no less than its sunny levels.The Meaning of Good--A Dialogue|G. Lowes Dickinson
The development commences with a state of simplicity, and advances gradually to one of complexity.Studies in the Theory of Descent (Volumes 1 and 2)|August Weismann
The additional complication introduced by the cut-off relay is more than offset by the saving in complexity of the jacks.Cyclopedia of Telephony and Telegraphy, Vol. 2|Kempster Miller