A word that doesn't exist. Usually used by dumbasses who really mean to use the word wordintegral/word.
"It's an intrical part..."
"Intrical isn't a word, dumbass"
by Track-10 September 16, 2003
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a word that is a mashup of integral and intricate, weaving together both words to form a new meaning.

integral: necessary to the completeness of the whole:

"This point is integral to his plan."

intricate: having many interrelated parts or facets; entangled or involved:

"an intricate maze."

So intrical basically means something that is so important that it cannot be extricated in any way from the whole.
Women became a very intrical part of the Popular Rights Movement.
by Aoren22 April 01, 2011
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On a broad level it refers to something that is highly complex and involved.

On a more intricate level, it refers to something that has succeeded in the capture of complex details. The kind of details, like subtle mannerisms, that you take for granted in day-to-day life but are like little puzzle pieces that form the world around you, reality. That's why a lot of movies and such never seem truly realistic because they are lacking in the intricacies that inhabit the real-world. But when it happens, it's a good feeling to recognize the intricacies of the real-world successfully captured and portrayed in the fictional realm.
Man, this cartoon I am watching is intricate!
by TimeCrime March 18, 2010
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to taticly plan or in a certain way
he intricately led his squad
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