reticulation[ ri-tik-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reticulation
Synonyms for reticulation
Antonyms for reticulation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETICULATION
It is given to complete a mesh in the reticulation of the orders of life.
In most species the reticulation and particularly the separation of the chambers is more or less incomplete.
An Antarctic iceberg with a reticulation of crevasses on its tilted surface.
In this reticulation of snow paths the drum is sounded and the flag raised.
The vaultings of the three swellings and the reticulation are also variable; the whole form is often irregular.
As a cobweb to a cabbage-net, so fine was Mrs. Bazalgette's reticulation compared with Uncle Fountain's.
In a few genera the surface of the eggs is covered with reticulation arranged in geometrical patterns (see Fig. 1).
The tympanum of the gable is covered with a reticulation of round beads or rolls.
At first the branches had been utterly bare, and beyond their reticulation had been visible the rosy façade of a new Board-school.
The reticulation of lanes will always prove a trouble to the police and a security to pickpockets.
1670s, noun of action or state from reticulate (v.).