also fasciculated adjective Date: 1794 fascicular

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  • Fasciculate — Fas*cic u*late, Fasciculated Fas*cic u*la ted,a. Grouped in a fascicle; fascicled. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fasciculate — [fə sik′yo͞olərfə sik′yo͞o lit, fə sik′yo͞olāt΄] adj. [< L fasciculus, dim. of fascis (see FASCES) + ATE1] formed of, or growing in, bundles or clusters: also fasciculated [fə sik′yo͞olāt΄id] or fascicular [fə sik′yo͞olər] …   English World dictionary

  • fasciculate — /feuh sik yeuh lit, layt /, adj. arranged in a fascicle or fascicles. Also, fasciculated. [1785 95; FASCICUL(US) + ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • fasciculate — fas·cic·u·late lət or fas·cic·u·lat·ed .lāt əd adj FASCICULAR …   Medical dictionary

  • fasciculate — adj. packaged, bound, bundled …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fasciculate —   Arranged in a whorl, e.g. the leaflets of the common form of Ceratozamia hildae …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

  • fasciculate — fas·cic·u·late …   English syllables

  • fasciculate — fas•cic•u•late [[t]fəˈsɪk yə lɪt, ˌleɪt[/t]] also fas•cic′u•lat ed adj. anat. bot fascicular • Etymology: 1785–95 fas•cic u•la′tion, n …   From formal English to slang

  • fasciculate — /fəˈsɪkjulət/ (say fuh sikyoohluht), / leɪt/ (say layt) adjective arranged in a fascicle or fascicles. Also, fasciculated. {fascicul(us) + ate1} –fasciculately, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • fasciculate — …   Useful english dictionary

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