Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In botany, having only the outer layers reticulated: said of a plant or any part of it, as the roots of Gladiolus communis.

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Examples

  • At once the advantage swung once again to the enemy, for Bayard was tottering atop Valorous, half-netted and off balance, while the monster tried to reel him in, and at the same time reached for a dagger.

    Virginity

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