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  • adj. labyrinthine; like or relating to a labyrinth

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as labyrinthic.


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Latin labyrinthicus: compare French labyrinthique.


  • The champion of blood and iron was appalled by the sight of real blood, butsentimentality vied, in that labyrinthical brain, with the demands of an iron will.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Its twistings and turnings are really labyrinthical.

    Mountain Scenery. The Scenery of the Mountains of Western North Carolina and Northwestern South Carolina.

  • Pursuit among major policy-makers of overhaul of the state's labyrinthical school finance system?

  • As he was unable to pay the army (among other challenges), he had to abdicate soon thereafter and, to make a labyrinthical story short, he was executed by a firing squad in

    Madam Mayo

  • For the record, it was the scene where Maximilian watches the sunset from the roof of Chapultepec Castle, rendered, but of course, in Maximilianesquely labyrinthical syntax.

    Madam Mayo


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