The anterior part is broken up into a kind of labyrinthic network.
The army moved in Dædalian march; it was at times sinuous with labyrinthic movement to the sound of drums and the roar of bugles.
The dear old woman who asked that lived here, and we searched through the labyrinthic courtyards to find her, but failed.
Dark night, wild raging weather, labyrinthic roads worn knee-deep.
The man never faltered in his labour any more than his reasoning wavered in its labyrinthic course to its conclusions.
labyrinthine lab·y·rin·thine (lāb'ə-rĭn'thĭn, -thēn')
Of, relating to, resembling, or constituting a labyrinth.