Examples of labyrinthine in a Sentence
the labyrinthine politics of Central Europe left us totally befuddled
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Nine of those years were spent toiling in the labyrinthine kitchens of major New York City hotels, including the Lotte New York Palace.
For one, in open surgery, a resident and an attending have literally a different view of the procedure, which gets particularly complicated in a labyrinthine system of overlapping organs.
Listeners know the band for its labyrinthine rhythms, punchy riffs, and lead singer Courtney Swain’s electrifying, elastic wail.
Tackling risks in China’s labyrinthine financial system is often compared with a game of whack-a-mole: knock down one risk and another pops up somewhere else.
More than a decade after Twin Peaks pioneered the model, Nolan showed there was an audience for a labyrinthine style of storytelling that prioritized ingenious structure and puzzle solving over character development and, often, logic.
Pizza MREs will start entering the Pentagon’s labyrinthine logistics system in March and troops should start seeing them by the end of the year.
Conveniently addicted to laudanum, Dr. Price is soon staggering around the labyrinthine structure, besieged by generic scares: a creepy butler, a rattling armoire, a child in the grip of milky-eyed possession.
Pathways can help victims navigate the labyrinthine legal system of a foreign country.
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First Known Use of labyrinthine
medical Definition of labyrinthine
- human labyrinthine lesions
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