A Word A Day : Labyrinth
Word of 31st May 2007: A Word A Day-Labyrinth
Labyrinth( Noun )Labyrinth
(LAB uh rinth): a maze, something like a maze
Each of the fifty floors in the office building was a labyrinth
of dark corridors and narrow passageways.
The bill took many months to pass through the labyrinth
of congressional approval.
Before beginning construction on the new house, the contractor had to weave his way through the labyrinthine
bureaucracy in order to obtain a building permit.
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