Dae"dal (?), Dae*dal"ian (?), a. [L. daedalus cunningly wrought, fr. Gr. ; cf. to work cunningly. The word also alludes to the mythical Daedalus (Gr. , lit., the cunning worker).]
Cunningly or ingeniously formed or working; skillful; artistic; ingenious.
Our bodies decked in our daedalian arms.
The daedal hand of Nature.
The doth the daedal earth throw forth to thee,
Out of her fruitful, abundant flowers.
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