Definitions

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  • adjective Like a maze; labyrinthine.

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Examples

  • Mr. Serra b. 1938 has long been a master at twisting and torquing large, flat, leaning steel plates into mazelike journeys, intimate and epic.

    Exploring Spaces And Life's Continuity

  • Minutes later I was following Cece through several mazelike halls, up a flight of stairs, and down another hall that seemed to go on forever.

    Haven

  • Like the strands of a spiderweb, the tunnels radiate out from the center in a mazelike order, logical yet quickly incomprehensible to the unguided.

    First Contact

  • Western Harvester ants eat their way through the cylinder's green goo, tunneling a mazelike space.

    Avital Binshtock: Gifts That Keep on Living

  • Throughout the museum, spaces, less stuffy and mazelike, flow more smoothly.

    Modernizing the Academy

  • Like the strands of a spiderweb, the tunnels radiate out from the center in a mazelike order quickly incomprehensible to the unguided.

    Space Odyssey: Scientists go to the extremes of the earth to divine the secrets of extraterrestrial life.

  • Minutes later I was following Cece through several mazelike halls, up a flight of stairs, and down another hall that seemed to go on forever.

    Haven

  • Like the strands of a spiderweb, the tunnels radiate out from the center in a mazelike order, logical yet quickly incomprehensible to the unguided.

    First Contact

  • Minutes later I was following Cece through several mazelike halls, up a flight of stairs, and down another hall that seemed to go on forever.

    Haven

  • Western Harvester ants eat their way through the cylinder's green goo, tunneling a mazelike space.

    Avital Binshtock: Gifts That Keep on Living

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  • I can go into foreign cities with my mazelike brain...

    August 18, 2009