anfractuous


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anfractuous

convoluted; sinuous.
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He added that the CM's appearance before the SIT in spite of the petition -- which sought quashing of the very order which resulted in his quizzing by the SIT -- would render the plea anfractuous.
For that reason, it is an anfractuous effort dissociates the ethic from the action of power.
Some might read in these comments an epistemological overconfidence in the assumption sensitive arts of number-crunching, and in the capacity of the formalized mathematics to track and explicate the anfractuous proceedings of real-world histories.