labyrinthine

[ lab-uh-rin-thin, -theen ]SEE DEFINITION OF labyrinthine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LABYRINTHINE

Millions of marine creatures swarmed in the labyrinthine waterways.

Whether this inscription was ever attached to a labyrinthine design is not known.

Somewhere through the labyrinthine obscurity his death sought him.

Ken and Carol looked about the first of the labyrinthine caverns.

What a labyrinthine thicket Is this place that I have entered!

They were labyrinthine, but the more labyrinthine the better he was pleased.

The Montmartre sewer is one of the most labyrinthine of the ancient network.

It was so vast and so labyrinthine that he feared he might become lost forever.

The pores are firm when fully grown; they are sinuous and labyrinthine.

There were sea-birds skimming the water as we threaded the labyrinthine channels that surround Juneau.

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