There, intricately embossed on the center of the cross, was a stylized fleur-de-lis with the initials P.S.!
"I can’t imagine," Langdon said, staring at the printout, "how your grandfather created such an intricate anagram in the minutes before he died."
Reaching for the lid, he stole one more admiring glance at the intricate woodwork and then, unhooking the clasp, he opened the lid, revealing the object within.
Teabing sat on the divan, cradling the wooden box on his lap and admiring the lid’s intricate inlaid Rose.
Langdon looked at the pair of intricately sculpted columns at the far end of the sanctuary.
Although he had read accounts of Rosslyn’s arrestingly intricate stonework, seeing it in person was an overwhelming encounter.
That secret is protected by an intricate system of compartmentalized knowledge, and although the Priory brotherhood is very large, only four members at any given time know where the Grail is hidden—the Grand Master and his three sénéchaux.
Robert Langdon’s unexpected visit to Château Villette had brought the Teacher both a fortuitous windfall and an intricate dilemma.
There are no more uses of "intricate" in the book.