But a new, ultra-sophisticated spy plane has U.S. military and intelligence bosses spooked.
There's no ultra-sophisticated nefarious scheme, or at least, not one that's readily visible on his tax returns.
This ultra-sophisticated picture feels like it could have been made yesterday – which I guess shows how far we haven't come.
c.1600, "mixed with a foreign substance, impure; no longer simple or natural," past participle adjective from sophisticate (v.). Of persons, with a positive sense, "worldly-wise, discriminating, cultured," from 1895.