labyrinthine

Labyrinthine - What does it mean?

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Intricate vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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As adjectives the difference between intricate and labyrinthine

is that intricate is having a great deal of fine detail or complexity while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a verb intricate

is to become enmeshed or entangled.

Composite vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Composite is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between composite and labyrinthine

is that composite is made up of multiple components; compound or complex while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a noun composite

is a mixture of different components.

As a verb composite

is to make a composite.

Involved vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Involved is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between involved and labyrinthine

is that involved is complicated while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a verb involved

is (involve).

Perverse vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Perverse is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between perverse and labyrinthine

is that perverse is turned aside; hence, specifically, turned away from the (morally) right; willfully erring; wicked; perverted while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

Compound vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Compound is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between compound and labyrinthine

is that compound is composed of elements; not simple while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a noun compound

is an enclosure within which workers, prisoners, or soldiers are confined or compound can be anything made by combining several things.

As a verb compound

is to form (a resulting mixture) by combining different elements, ingredients, or parts.

Multifarious vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

multifarious | labyrinthine | Related terms |

Multifarious is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between multifarious and labyrinthine

is that multifarious is having multiplicity; having great diversity or variety; of various kinds; diversified; made up of many differing parts; manifold while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

Manifold vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Manifold is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between manifold and labyrinthine

is that manifold is various in kind or quality, diverse while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a noun manifold

is (now historical) a copy made by the manifold writing process.

As an adverb manifold

is many times; repeatedly.

As a verb manifold

is to make manifold; multiply.

Mixed vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

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Mixed is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between mixed and labyrinthine

is that mixed is having two or more separate aspects while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a verb mixed

is (mix).

Difficult vs Labyrinthine - What's the difference?

difficult | labyrinthine | Related terms |

Difficult is a related term of labyrinthine.


As adjectives the difference between difficult and labyrinthine

is that difficult is hard, not easy, requiring much effort while labyrinthine is physically resembling a labyrinth; with the qualities of a maze.

As a verb difficult

is (obsolete|transitive) to make difficult; to impede; to perplex.

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