Definition of "daedal" [dæ•dal]

  • Ingenious and complex in design or function; intricate. (adjective)
  • Finely or skillfully made or employed; artistic. (adjective)

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Use "daedal" in a sentence
  • "Ides is the beau ideal of casting, and boasts a crisp script as well as daedal plot coils and shadowy shots reminiscent of 1960s cinema stylings."
  • "By default I was the trailblazer in this latest exercise, trying to thrash a semblance of a path through the snarled, daedal jungle."
  • "By default I was the trailblazer for the last leg, trying to thrash a semblance of a path through the snarled, daedal jungle."