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convoluted
used in Moby Dick

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highly complex or intricate
  • Lying in strange folds, courses, and convolutions, to their apprehensions, it seems more in keeping with the idea of his general might to regard that mystic part of him as the seat of his intelligence.
    Chapters 79-81 -- The Prairie; The Nut; The Pequod Meets the Virgin (19% in)

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