You Pronounce It: [in-tri-kuh-see]
noun, plural intricacies.
1. intricate character or state.
2. an intricate part, action, etc:
intricacies of the law.
I found it:
While reading Barbara Christian’s “Race for Theory” when she states:
“Instead, I think we need to read the works of our writers in our various ways and remain open to the intricacies of the intersection of language, class, race, and gender in the literature.” (69)