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labyrinthine (adj.)

1630s; see labyrinth + -ine (1). Figurative use by 1831. Earlier adjective forms were labyrinthian/labyrinthean (1580s), labyrinthial (1540s), labyrinthical (1620s), labyrinthic (1640s).

updated on May 01, 2016

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Definitions of labyrinthine from WordNet

labyrinthine (adj.)
relating to or affecting or originating in the inner ear;
labyrinthine deafness
labyrinthine (adj.)
resembling a labyrinth in form or complexity;
a labyrinthine network of tortuous footpaths
Synonyms: labyrinthian / mazy
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