daedal


dae·dal

adjective \ˈdē-dəl\

Definition of DAEDAL

1
a :  skillful, artistic
b :  intricate <the computer's daedal circuitry>
2
:  adorned with many things <visions of cloud and light and daedal earth are the airman's daily scene — Laurence Binyon>

Examples of DAEDAL

  1. <the daedal workings of the chime clock are a marvel to behold>

Origin of DAEDAL

Latin daedalus, from Greek daidalos
First Known Use: 1590

Rhymes with DAEDAL

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