Antonyms
Etymology

1. intricate

adjective. ['ˈɪntrəkət'] having many complexly arranged elements; elaborate.

Antonyms

  • easy

Etymology

  • intricatus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Intricate

  • advocate
  • affricate
  • bacot
  • basket
  • becket
  • biscuit
  • blanket
  • breadbasket
  • brisket
  • bucket
  • calcutt
  • callicutt
  • casket
  • certificate
  • chilcott
  • chilcutt
  • circuit
  • conn.
  • connecticut
  • cricket

How do you pronounce intricate?

Pronounce intricate as ˈɪntrəkət.

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Sentences with intricate


1. Verb, base form
Designs are limitless and can range from plain white to intricate designs and shapes.

2. Adjective
Some are patterned with different hues of intricate splotching, like heavy red streaking on a green pitcher.

3. Noun, singular or mass
These plants can also work well around intricate pools that have stone or built-in waterfalls.

Quotes about intricate


1. Nude nail polish wins hands down over intricate nail art.
- Ashley Madekwe

2. Rowling is a luminous storyteller. I love her sense of humor and the intricate wizarding world she built around Hogwarts. I think all writers aspire to be like her, to capture readers like she does. But I didn't think about 'Harry Potter' when I wrote 'The Bone Season.'
- Samantha Shannon

3. There is a magnificent, beautiful, wonderful painting in front of you! It is intricate, detailed, a painstaking labor of devotion and love! The colors are like no other, they swim and leap, they trickle and embellish! And yet you choose to fixate your eyes on the small fly which has landed on it! Why do you do such a thing?
- C. JoyBell C.

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