Cat’s cradle



a children’s game in which two players alternately stretch a looped string over their fingers in such a way as to produce different designs.
the intricate design formed by the string in this game.
intricacy; complexity.
a novel (1963) by Kurt Vonnegut.
noun
a game played by making intricate patterns with a loop of string between the fingers

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