hall of mirrors


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hall of mirrors

n.
1. A carnival or amusement park attraction consisting of a maze or series of passageways lined with mirrors, especially curved mirrors giving distorted reflections.
2. A confusing or disorienting situation in which it is difficult to distinguish between truth and illusion or between competing versions of reality. In both senses also called house of mirrors.
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