Definition of complex:
labyrinthine, mixed, intricate, delusion, complicated, paradoxical, thickening, mazy, involved, undecipherable, block, inflected, bombardment, composite, apartment complex, incomprehensible, deluge, coordination compound, compact, involute, twisted, interlacing, understandable, meandering, roundabout, conglomerate, cornucopia, inextricable, barracks, defense, multiform, avalanche, declarative, confused, multiple, inscrutable, crabbed, confusing, grammatical, multiplex, huddle, interlocking, Byzantine, aggregate, obscure, single, cascade, building complex, tortuous, unfathomable, tangled, mingled, devious, abstruse, development, feminine, Daedalian, fixation, sophisticated, compound, knotty, center, disordered, rambling, simple, plain, deictic, conditional, sinuous, fancy, interwoven, colonial, composite, circuitous, composite plant, complicate, intricate, bonanza, compound, muddled, mosaic, catharsis, defense mechanism, excursive, enigmatic, analyzable, interlinking, blizzard, concentration, damage, exorcism, apparent, detailed, tangled, miscellaneous, hidden, entangled, winding, daedal, decomposable, convoluted, heterogeneous, involved, manifold, gordian, frequentative, fixated, conditioning, megaplex, feast, combined, recondite, labyrinthian, baroque, multifactorial, simplified, irreducible, cryptic, impenetrable, contorted, complicated.
- complex (part of speech: adjective)
difficult (part of speech: adjective)
- various (part of speech: adjective)
- complicated (part of speech: adjective)
- "Psichopath", Gordon Randall Garrett.
- "The Radio Amateur's Hand Book", A. Frederick Collins.
Of man in his complex nature it is true that 'clouds and darkness are round about him, ' and we may expect an equally solemn mystery to rest upon that which makes out of separate individuals one living body, animated with the life and moved by the Spirit of the indwelling Christ.- "Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)", Alexander Maclaren.