ImplexIm"plex\, a. [L. implexus, p. p. of implectere to infold; pref. im- in + plectere to plait: cf. F implexe.] Intricate; entangled; complicated; complex. The fable of every poem is . . . simple or implex. it is called simple when there is no change of fortune in it; implex, when the fortune of the chief actor changes from bad to good, or from good to bad. --Addison.
|the offspring of a zebra and a donkey.|
|a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal.|
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