maze[ meyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF maze
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She was lost, for the instant, in a maze of disagreeable reflection.
To him the winter passed in a maze of doubt and self-contempt.
Paris was going on—all that muddle and maze of worried people.
One of the first things he did to make himself famous was to build a maze.
The tug's hull was practically filled with a maze of machinery.
"There was a lower roof and a maze of crisscross alleys," I muttered.
However much they pored over the map, it was still a maze of lines.
There was no light in this dark place; there was no way out of this maze but to wait and suffer.
Before saying a word he bent slightly and peered into the maze of mechanism.
The poor little brain went on wandering in a maze of its own making.