Examples of labyrinthine in a Sentence
the labyrinthine politics of Central Europe left us totally befuddled
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But finding your way into the city’s labyrinthine network of ravines and the steep stream and river valleys can be daunting.
IBM was a huge company with a legendarily labyrinthine bureaucracy, meaning that projects could sometimes take an inordinately long time to complete.
Boscolo remains the only woman with the coveted license to guide tourists through the city’s labyrinthine canals.
Behind her, Tweedy offers meditative bass lines, his drummer-son Spencer taps out understated rhythms, guitarist Nathan Salsburg adds labyrinthine lines and multi-instrumentalist James Elkington switches between piano and resonator guitar.
Testarossa Winery now occupies the labyrinthine hilltop castle of native stone that once was the Novitiate Winery, built by Jesuits in the 1880s.
New York’s dense, vertical landscape makes collection a labyrinthine endeavor.
The labyrinthine, poetic and powerful book about a CIA agent and the Vietnam War won the 2007 National Book Award.
Growers who do comply with the regulations say the process is archaic and labyrinthine, passing through at least four agencies, some of which still rely on paper and postage stamps, or don’t have enough staff to answer phones.
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