His runways are always filled with intricately tailored separates, soft gowns, and lush fabrics.
Saudi society and government are intricately intertwined with a puritanical flavor of Islam, Wahhabism.
The solution, said Schmidt and Bitonti, was to design thousands of intricately woven joints.
early 15c., from Latin intricatus "entangled," past participle of intricare "to entangle, perplex, embarrass," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + tricae (plural) "perplexities, hindrances, toys, tricks," of uncertain origin (cf. extricate). Related: Intricately.