noun, plural in·tri·ca·cies.
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Example sentences from the Web for intricacy
It is, in fact, a book that deals almost entirely with the intricacies of being in Toronto.
This further highlights the intricacies of the Syrian conflict.
This wasn't a PBS seminar on the intricacies of the federal budget.Why President Obama, Despite Scoring Points, Fell Flat in the Denver Debate|Howard Kurtz|October 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is highly secretive; believers are sworn not to reveal the intricacies of the faith to outsiders.
Consider it a cosmic lesson in exploring the intricacies of circumstance that you often glaze over.
In 1872 he would speak pathetically of his “Crimean muddle,” perplexed, as he well might be, by the intricacies of Inkerman.A. W. Kinglake|W. Tuckwell
But few foreigners except myself have been able to master the intricacies of the British Constitution.The International Spy|Allen Upward
In these years Bruce alternately served Edward and conspired against him; the intricacies of his perfidy are deplorable.A Short History of Scotland|Andrew Lang
He abhorred the intricacies of sexuality in fiction as strongly as he abhorred modern "sensationalism."Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters, Vol. I (of II)|Edmund Downey
No; about the size of a moderate chamber, and with no intricacies about it.Varney the Vampire|Thomas Preskett Prest