daedal (Meaning)

Wordnet

daedal (n)

(Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos; to escape the labyrinth he fashioned wings for himself and his son Icarus

Wordnet

daedal (s)

complex and ingenious in design or function

Webster

daedal (a.)

Alt. of Daedalian

daedal Sentence Examples

  1. The artist's studio was filled with daedal sculptures and intricate paintings.
  2. She was renowned for her daedal embroidery, which showcased remarkable attention to detail.
  3. The architect's design featured daedal patterns etched into the façade of the building.
  4. The daedal maze in the garden was a delight for visitors to explore.
  5. His daedal storytelling captivated audiences with its imaginative twists and turns.
  6. The daedal carvings on the wooden chest depicted scenes from ancient mythology.
  7. The manuscript was adorned with daedal illustrations that brought the text to life.
  8. The intricate clock was a marvel of daedal engineering, with its myriad gears and mechanisms.
  9. The daedal music composition seamlessly blended various instruments and melodies.
  10. Her daedal approach to cooking resulted in dishes that were as visually stunning as they were delicious.

FAQs About the word daedal

(Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos; to escape the labyrinth he fashioned wings for himself and his son Icarus, complex and

complex,intricate, complicated, complicate, sophisticated, tangled, byzantine, labyrinthine, elaborate, knotty

plain,uncomplicated, simple, simple, simplistic, plain, simplistic, uncomplicated, uniform, simplified

The artist's studio was filled with daedal sculptures and intricate paintings.

She was renowned for her daedal embroidery, which showcased remarkable attention to detail.

The architect's design featured daedal patterns etched into the façade of the building.

The daedal maze in the garden was a delight for visitors to explore.