Example sentences for: intricacies

How can you use “intricacies” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A >s in his previous books, Dawkins' tendency toward donnish didacticism is more than counterbalanced by the transparency of his prose and his genuine delight in the intricacies of nature.

  • Someone else telephones to discuss the radicalism of the 1960s, generational warfare, and the intricacies of black-Jewish relations in industrial New Jersey, as depicted by Philip Roth.

  • While in Northumberland I did serve my time on a coble, a traditional fishing boat working out of that tiny harbor not far from the Scottish border, and it was during those years at sea that I learned some of the more subtle intricacies of Northumbrian, in particular that most flexible of all words-- Aye .

  • I'm all for Latin courses, but there's an easier way of building your English vocabulary then plowing through the intricacies of Latin morphology and syntax.

  • The intricacies of the Gallic subjunctive do not worry him at all, and for the best reason in the world: he does not even bother to try.


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