- labyrinth fish,
- labyrinthine angiospasm,
- labyrinthine fluid,
- labyrinthine nystagmus,
- labyrinthine vein,
- labyrinthine vertigo
Origin of labyrinthine
Examples from the Web for labyrinthine
Now its labyrinthine streets decked in shades of blue are open to visitors.
Less literally, they are set in the labyrinthine world within.Joyce Carol Oates’s Book Bag: 5 Short Story Collections|Joyce Carol Oates|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Director Christopher Nolan gave movie-going audiences an enormous amount of credit with this labyrinthine thriller.
He was put off by the labyrinthine vetting procedure he would have had to go through, but ultimately the job itself was a bad fit.
It has always been hard to believe that Bernie Madoff acted alone to carry off his labyrinthine conspiracy.Was Madoff 'Victim' and Best Friend an Accomplice?|Lucinda Franks|April 23, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Labyrinthine, subterranean, and full of subtleties as all these creeds appear to be, they are easy enough to comprehend.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
The landscape became to him a symbol, an emblem, a sign to guide him through the labyrinthine passes of his own soul.The Child of Pleasure|Gabriele D'Annunzio
An attack of Menire's disease (labyrinthine vertigo) is often preceded by it.
From the centre of the hall, whichever way we looked through the deepening gloom, there seemed no end to the labyrinthine ruins.
We drank coffee, I paid the bill, and we went about rambling through the labyrinthine alleys of the Villa Aldobrandini.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt