Examples of labyrinthine in a Sentence
the labyrinthine politics of Central Europe left us totally befuddled
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Sitting cross-legged on a table outside a labyrinthine cave, a monk meditated in the glow of a burning lamp and silently called on spirits to stop the rainfall.
A couple months ago Berne released the duo album Angel Dusk (Screwgun/Moose Knuckles) with pianist Matt Mitchell, a key member of his intensely dense, labyrinthine band Snakeoil.
In his labyrinthine path toward avenging the murder of his father (Barry Kraft) by killing his uncle Claudius (Rod Gnapp), Hamlet tears through guises.
The latter market was vast and labyrinthine, with vendors selling everything from fresh fennel and cauliflower to knockoff designer handbags and shoes.
As in much of James, the story’s power is inescapably linked to its style — a close third-person that curls into itself in labyrinthine introspection.
And while many adventurers looking for the ultimate safari rightfully head to Botswana, most visit the Okavango Delta, where the vast savanna floods seasonally and creates labyrinthine waterways that attract a bevy of wildlife.
The labyrinthine interior houses 16 restaurants and cafes, including the Bionic Bar where robot bartenders serve cocktails.
When the now 78-year-old Thais-Williams first opened the club's doors, there was nowhere else like it in town: a labyrinthine dance club pitched as a place where gay patrons of color who feared the scornful eye of the LAPD could let their hair down.
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medical Definition of labyrinthine
- human labyrinthine lesions
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