from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Pertaining to, or resembling, a labyrinth; intricate; labyrinthian.
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- adjective Like a
mazeor labyrinth, intricateor convoluted. labyrinthine.
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The novel soon evolved into a labyrinthal story with multiple characters and a historical canvas that stretched for decades.
The tonga would pull up, Ram Nath would jump down ... and in a brace of minutes or little more the vehicle would be _en route_ again, Amber engaged with the infinite ramifications of this labyrinthal riddle of his, and the girl insensibly yielding to the need of sleep.
The First African Baptist Church is placed under lasting obligation to Rev. Harris for guiding the author in his pursuit after the truth of history in the labyrinthal mazes of the long ago.
Attempting to study them is like following the labyrinthal ice mazes of the Arctic in quest of the North Pole.