noun, plural in·tri·ca·cies.
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While the intricacies and ever-changing nature of search means there is more competition for attention from your customers, it also means there is more opportunity.Search competition: Who are you really competing with?|Andrew Dennis|July 29, 2020|Search Engine Land
Well, his love of the intricacy of puzzles finally lies at the core of his art.
I could not trust to the effect a letter might have upon yourself, either; the intricacy of the case brings me to this interview.'Desperate Remedies|Thomas Hardy
As with all nineteenth-century history, the extent, the variety, and the intricacy of the various sources are simply overwhelming.English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb
Life and death sang all about one, joys and fears on such a scale, in such an intricacy as never Greek nor Roman knew.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
This, and the intricacy and complication of the footsteps, harassed him to death.Dombey and Son|Charles Dickens
The blindness and intricacy of the route form the only difficulty.Italian Alps|Douglas William Freshfield