Definition Of labyrinthine

adjective

(of a network) like a labyrinth; irregular and twisting.

labyrinthine streets and alleys

Example Of labyrinthine

  • A guide can bring her (for a small fee, of course) through its labyrinthine winding laneways and streets, few of which still exist in the modern world.

  • Almodóvar's plots have always been wonderfully baroque and labyrinthine .

  • And in the vodka bars in the capital's labyrinthine streets the locals will huddle around the televisions tonight waiting for a bulletin on how he has done.

  • Backstage, hidden away in its unseen archives, labyrinthine corridors and a warren of dark store-rooms are more clues to the lives of Nicholas and Alexandra.

  • By focusing on simpler questions, economists escape getting sucked into the labyrinthine intricacies of the human brain.


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