Definition of convolutedness in English:



  • See convoluted

    • ‘Usually movies like this really get caught up in their own convolutedness but this was exucuted perfectly.’
    • ‘The syntax of the poem is complex and its convolutedness is so extreme that it disrupts semantic expectations.’
    • ‘The sheer convolutedness of the dedication should at least remove any possibility that it was really Shakespeare's own, published, as it were, by proxy.’
    • ‘Ok, so maybe I break the rules on narrative length, and paragraph size, and sentence length and convolutedness, and effective application of grammatical rules, but other than that I'm ok, right?’
    • ‘Despite a storyline that seems to revel in its own convolutedness, the movie manages to present its themes as relatively simple.’