Learning English

Word: Convoluted

Convoluted [Adjective]

Sentence: Some writers compose convoluted, hard-to-read sentences because they don’t have the chops to make simpler ones. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Highly complex and difficult to follow

How To Remember?

Anything that is convoluted is confusing!

The Confusion?

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[Remember the convoluted maze in the movie “The Shining“? Jack Nicholson plays the Jack Torrance, a convoluted character in the Stanley Kubrick film.]

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