Day-42 (Labyrinth)

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Word:
Labyrinth

Status:
Noun

Meaning:
A place that has many confusing paths and passages, or something that is extremely complicated or difficult to understand.

Sentences:
1) The cockpit was a labyrinth of instruments and tools.
2) We often find ourselves within a labyrinth of social customs and rules.

Origin:
Middle English laborintus, from Latin labyrinthus, from Greek labyrinthos.

First use:
14th century

Synonyms:
maze, rabbit warren, warren

Antonyms:
arrangement, explicate, straight path

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