Source: Beautiful Redemption By Kami Garcia page 376
Context: They sent an officer to lead you into the labyrinth.
In their words:
[ lab–uh-rinth ]
an intricate combination of paths or passages in which it is difficult to find one’s way or to reach theexit.
a maze of paths bordered by high hedges, as in a park or garden, for the amusement of those whosearch for a way out.
a complicated or tortuous arrangement, as of streets or buildings.
any confusingly intricate state of things or events; a bewildering complex:His papers were lost in an hellish bureaucratic labyrinth.After the death of her daughter, she wandered in a labyrinth of sorrow for what seemed like a decade.
( initial capital letter ) Classical Mythology . a vast maze built in Crete by Daedalus, at the commandof King Minos, to house the Minotaur.