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maze-like

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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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  • At church that morning, Aunt Polly realizes that Tom and Becky are missing, and the town begins to search the maze-like cave to find them.
  • Most days, we played games in the streets or by the fishpond in the back yard, and explored the narrow maze-like alleyways with newfound friends.
  • There are miles of these maze-like, winding, and intersecting canyons which lead to the Escalante River.

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