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con·vo·lute

(kon'vō-lūt),
Rolled together with one part over the other; in the shape of a roll or scroll.
Synonym(s): convoluted
[L. con-volvo, pp. -volutus, to roll together]

convolute

, convoluted (kŏn′vō-loot; -loot′ĕd) [L. convolvere, to roll together]
Rolled, as a scroll.
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The will's breaking from sin occurs definitively, if convolutedly, at the level of scholastic disputation.
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When the ship announced so convolutedly by Ziba arrives to rescue them, the Duke and Sibylla cannot simply rejoice; the Duke's first exclamation, 'Blest hour!', immediately gives way to complex self-scrutiny (again, I quote the text of 1829): And yet how palely, with what faded lips Do we salute this unhoped change of fortune!