tanglesome

tanglesome

(ˈtæŋɡəlsəm)
adj
tangled
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Still another part of it was a long stretch of low grape-vines, which were tanglesome and troublesome, and which we took to be brambles.
However, the tanglesome entanglement between fibrils and matrix could be enhanced significantly by adding longer fibrils as well as fibril numbers.
The phytohormone signaling was very tanglesome, but the imbalance of phytohormone should be the most important cause in D.
Different micro- and nanostructure of a new nanosized oxidized titanium graft enhanced the adhesion and osteogenic differentiation ofBMSC plated onto the oxidative surfaces which exhibited a greater tanglesome micro- and nanosized structures and had increased levels of coarseness parameters contrasting to the convention alone [27].
In general, a nonlinear ESO is always used to get accurate estimation, but it is tanglesome to design.