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reticular (adj.)

"formed like a (casting) net, like a net in appearance or construction," 1590s, from Modern Latin reticularis, from Latin reticulum "little net," a double diminutive of rete "net" (see rete). Hence also "entangled, complicated" (1818). Related: Reticulary; reticularly.

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Definitions of reticular from WordNet

reticular (adj.)
resembling or forming a network;
Synonyms: reticulate
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