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maze-like Line breaks: maze-like

Definition of maze-like in English:

adjective

Having or consisting of a complex network; labyrinthine: under the house is a maze-like set of tunnels we have to navigate a maze-like route
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  • They complained about the lack of public lighting, which makes the maze-like alleyways virtually impassable at night.
  • My guidebook said the hostel was located in the centre of a huge maze-like bazaar.
  • The biggest change was to eliminate the maze-like environment that isolated employees from one another.

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