With that, Pedro bade them a fond farewell, and departed along a labyrinthian way they could not follow.
Then he retraced his labyrinthian steps in a corresponding swath.
The Polish election is the clue to the labyrinthian intrigues and royal tergiversations during the period of the interregnum.
They hit on this plan because they feared an ambush on any of the labyrinthian trails leading off in other unexplored directions.
The labyrinthian mazes of the immortal mind must be explored and traced from earth to native heaven.
A straight course lay open to Cutty, but he chose the labyrinthian because he was obsessed.
It is a labyrinthian house for its size, this old English Hall,—full of perplexity.
He taught them to explore the labyrinthian avenues of human nature—the vast circuit of their own immortal minds.
I followed those tangled lines and labyrinthian ways into the vital places of our faithful vehicle.
What an indescribable, unimaginable mass of labyrinthian motions must exist among these myriads of little bodies!
labyrinthine lab·y·rin·thine (lāb'ə-rĭn'thĭn, -thēn')
Of, relating to, resembling, or constituting a labyrinth.