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Choose the best word to describe labyrinths

...His clothes were in tatters, as if he had sailed through labyrinths of coral.

A) Circular tunnels
B) Blind alleys***
C) Colorful palaces
D) Tide pools

A labyrinth is a maze right? So is it B, blind alleys. Can someone please check my answer

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