Definition for RE-TIC'U-LAR

RE-TIC'U-LAR, a. [supra.]

Having the form of a net or of net-work; formed with interstices; as, a reticular body or membrane. – Encyc. In anatomy, the reticular body, or rete mucosum, is the layer of the skin, intermediate between the cutis and the cuticle; the principal seat of color in man; the reticular membrane is the same as the cellular membrane. – Parr.

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