plotty

[ plot-ee ]
/ ˈplɒt i /

adjective, plot·ti·er, plot·ti·est.

characterized by the intricacies or complications of a plot or intrigue: a plotty novel whose narrative is hard to follow.

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Origin of plotty

First recorded in 1895–1900; plot + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM plotty

plot·ti·ness, noun
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