Now its labyrinthine streets decked in shades of blue are open to visitors.
So unwelcoming and labyrinthine was the process that survivors usually hired lawyers to file simple claims.
It has always been hard to believe that Bernie Madoff acted alone to carry off his labyrinthine conspiracy.
Director Christopher Nolan gave movie-going audiences an enormous amount of credit with this labyrinthine thriller.
Less literally, they are set in the labyrinthine world within.
It is your soft and silken mollusc type of woman whose mind pursues a slimy and labyrinthine trail.
What a labyrinthine thicket Is this place that I have entered!
The administrative offices of a giant mill such as the Chippering in Hampton are labyrinthine.
They were labyrinthine, but the more labyrinthine the better he was pleased.
labyrinthine nystagmus is of a rhythmic character, and consists of a slow and a rapid movement.
labyrinthine lab·y·rin·thine (lāb'ə-rĭn'thĭn, -thēn')
Of, relating to, resembling, or constituting a labyrinth.