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    labyrinth - Dictionary definition and meaning for word labyrinth

    (noun) complex system of paths or tunnels in which it is easy to get lost
    Synonyms : maze
    (noun) a complex system of interconnecting cavities; concerned with hearing and equilibrium
    Synonyms : inner ear , internal ear
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for labyrinth

Break this word as LAB+YRIN(wiring)+'n'th. Generally in maths we use 1,2,3,4,...nth term. So statement is "There are so many(n)wires in the LAB which leads to complexion.--> which is the meaning.

in that LAB the way is not straight like margins in RIN soap but complex like jalebi

lab+yrin(wiring)—its is complicated network of paths kind of MAZE

labyrinth > lady + rin > A lady so desperate 2 find rin in a supermarket, she finds d huge supermarket like a 'maze'!

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laby+r+in+th— it’s a kind of a MAZE(complicated network of paths) to handle a BABY(LABY) when its IN the house

sounds like (LABOUR+'n'TH)a path which requires much(n times) the normal LABOUR to get through

Forensic lab should be in labyrinth way especially in INDIA.....bcs scoundrel try to use RIN to remove confidential data.

LAB mein dekha ki RIN mein kitne complex molecules hote hain, poora janjaal hota hai

Since you were finding the clothes to be so complex to wash that felt like you were in a Maze. You bro helped "Le Bhai Rin" (Take this Rin)to get out of this Labyrinth !

labyrinth - sounds like lady-ring. Focus on a lady spider in its web... whick is like a maze of ring-like shapes!

Library and lab in the labyrinth of streets.

dexters lab was a maze,, it ws difficult to find Didi

LABYRINTH = lab + yr inth;

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