UseLabyrinth in a sentence
Meaning: [noun] a maze, a big network of wayss or passages crossing each other, where it is very hard to find your path ;
There is a grass labyrinth nearby.
Meantime, high-school students face a testing labyrinth.
You need to pass through a bureaucratic labyrinth to solve such problems in Turkey.
They test the mice in a labyrinth using some cheese.
However, finding one’s way out of the labyrinth is difficult.
His claim summarizes a major theme in the book, claiming that Mexican culture is a labyrinth.
Nigel finds a way over and navigates through the labyrinth to fight the Duke but is caught off-guard by Zak.
Ofelia meets several strange and magical creatures who become central to her story, leading her through the trials of the old labyrinth garden.
I’d defeated the four subbosses and got through the damn long underground labyrinth.