noun, plural fas·cic·u·li [fuh-sik-yuh-lahy] /fəˈsɪk yəˌlaɪ/.
Origin of fasciculus
Examples from the Web for fasciculi
This expansion divides into fasciculi, which end in the thickness of the upper lip.
One of these fasciculi is anterior; the other is situated further back.
In no respect does man so much differ from the ape as in the quantitative development of these fasciculi.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
The muscle itself is made up of a number of these fasciculi bound together by a denser layer of connective tissue.A Practical Physiology|Albert F. Blaisdell
The set here offered includes the first 10 fasciculi in the original parts, as issued, and costing $60.00.Nature Books Popular and Scientific from The Franklin Bookshop, 1910|Samuel N. Rhoads