labyrinthical

labyrinthical

(ˌlæbəˈrɪnθɪkəl)
adj
a rare or literary word for labyrinthine
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Our perception of the world is perpetually mediated by artificial, linguistic, culturally constructed categories or dichotomies that we eventually use to construct (or reconstruct) metanarratives; even if the individual manages to decipher a certain lineage of meaning, it is not objectively valid--it is always hierarchial, labyrinthical, with gaps to be filled using other signs, however disarticulated these might be.
A brake uses a number of venturi routes, some can be elaborate and labyrinthical, to diffuse and redirect excess gases.