What is the noun for labyrinthically?

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  1. (Greek) A maze-like structure built by Daedalus in Knossos.
    1. A maze, especially underground or covered.
  2. Part of the inner ear.
  3. (figuratively) Anything complicated and confusing, like a maze.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Within lies a modern labyrinth arranged around the physical remains of ancient Roman townhouses.”
      “Traditional detective stories lead us through a labyrinth of clues and traces to a final revelation of truth.”
      “His investigation reveals a twisted labyrinth of deception and betrayal, with remorseless vixen Kitty Collins at the center.”
  1. plural of labyrinth
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Researchers have long known that fish often mature in the murky saltwater amid the tangled labyrinths of roots created by mangroves.”
      “He draws arabesques with charcoal and thinned black acrylic, creating labyrinths of interconnected markings often structured by a loose grid.”
      “The molecular mechanisms coordinating the development of the membranous and bony labyrinths are largely unknown.”
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