"But how shall I ever find him," asked Theseus, "if the labyrinth
so bewilders me as you say it will?"
She places them in a labyrinth
where they are condemned to walk for ever, with a bracelet on their arms and a cord round their necks, unless they meet another as miserable as themselves.
Prince Otto looked down with something of a grim smile at the bright, square labyrinths
of the lamp-lit city below him.
A moment later they had disappeared into a stone corridor beyond the labyrinth
The flat intermediate country was intersected by a labyrinth
of tidal streams, winding up from the invisible sea in strange fantastic curves -- rivers at high water, and channels of mud at low.
But now in this hateful age of ours not one is safe, not though some new labyrinth
like that of Crete conceal and surround her; even there the pestilence of gallantry will make its way to them through chinks or on the air by the zeal of its accursed importunity, and, despite of all seclusion, lead them to ruin.
And spurring on he plunged into the labyrinth
of streets which led to his hotel, situated near the Marais, for having for so long a time lived near the Place Royale, Lord de Winter naturally returned to lodge near his ancient dwelling.
of grandeur, less the property of an old family of human beings and their ghostly likenesses than of an old family of echoings and thunderings which start out of their hundred graves at every sound and go resounding through the building.
Consequently, we were a considerable distance from the sea, and divided from it by a labyrinth
of streets and houses.
We did indeed bet a fleeting view of a stretch of the Thames with the lamps shining upon the broad, silent water; but our cab dashed on, and was soon involved in a labyrinth
of streets upon the other side.
If the coming up this river, slowly making head against the stream, be an irksome journey, the shooting down it with the turbid current is almost worse; for then the boat, proceeding at the rate of twelve or fifteen miles an hour, has to force its passage through a labyrinth
of floating logs, which, in the dark, it is often impossible to see beforehand or avoid.
How was he even to find his way from this labyrinth
? How was he to find her again?
Do thou kindly take me by the hand, and lead me through all the mazes, the winding labyrinths
Imagination may range at pleasure till it gets bewildered amidst the labyrinths
of an enchanted castle, and knows not on which side to turn to extricate itself from the perplexities into which it has so rashly adventured.
The third sort, is of those that may be accounted the left hands of courts; persons that are full of nimble and sinister tricks and shifts, whereby they pervert the plain and direct courses of courts, and bring justice into oblique lines and labyrinths
. And the fourth, is the poller and exacter of fees; which justifies the common resemblance of the courts of justice, to the bush whereunto, while the sheep flies for defence in weather, he is sure to lose part of his fleece.