The convoluted and often chaotic tangle of the taxi system was an attractive project to tackle.
The message, whatever it is, seems so convoluted as to be counterproductive.
It took more than five years and 50,000 pages of convoluted testimony for the U.N.-backed court to reach its conclusion.
1811, past participle adjective from verb convolute (1690s), from Latin convolutus, past participle of convolvere (see convolution); or perhaps a back-formation from convolution. French has convoluté (18c.), in form a past participle adjective, without the verb.