Definition of involuted in English:

involuted

Syllabification: in·vo·lut·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈinvəˌlo͞otid
 
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adjective

Complicated; abstruse: his involuted prose
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  • In terms of Irish stereotypes, Beowulf seems like a Gaelic rather than a Celtic piece of art - canny, virile and earthbound rather than dreamy, spiritual and involuted.
  • Comedian and geek Samuel Johnson Danny O'Brien has put together a happening of such perfect, involuted cleverness that it takes the breath away.
  • Various theories propose that it was the product of paranoid madness, the involuted working of kinship-based rivalries, or a reasoned, rational punishment of treachery.

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