noun, plural pan·nic·u·li [puh-nik-yuh-lahy] /pəˈnɪk yəˌlaɪ/. Anatomy.
Origin of panniculus
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Historical Examples of panniculus
This elevation is produced by the fleshy portion of the panniculus.
This latter part is considered by some writers as forming a portion of the panniculus muscle of the neck.
As we pointed out above, there is also a panniculus muscle of the shoulder and one of the neck.
In this family and in the tenrec most of the species are protected by spines implanted in the skin-muscle, or panniculus carnosus.
Now, some persons can move the skin of their hairy heads; and is this not effected by the panniculus?More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II