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- 1902, Henry James, The Wings of the Dove:
- It was to be added at the same time that even if his silence had been labyrinthe—which was absurd in view of all the other things too he couldn't possibly have spoken of—this was exactly what must suit her, since it fell under the head of the plea she had just uttered to Susie.
labyrinthe m (plural labyrinthes)
- “labyrinthe” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).