Tail flat, oblong, obtuse, with a reticulated naked surface.
The trees vary much in size, but all of them have a reticulated bark.
The several views illustrating this process are made in this way, the lines of the reticulated screen being 175 to the inch.
Seeds subglobose, roughened or reticulated, not carunculate.
In relation to human embryology the smooth sinus venosus and reticulated auricle are interesting.
Pure white faïence, cleverly moulded and reticulated, was a celebrated and favourite product of the ancient potters.
reticulated: Having distinct lines or veins crossing like a network; covered with netted lines.
The architecture is in the Decorated style with reticulated tracery, as restored on the ancient model.
The reticulated windows of the church belong to the same period.
Inside, the arches rose into darkness, and between them the reticulated windows, which stood out white in the moonlight.