- a network, as of nerves or blood vessels.
- any complex structure containing an intricate network of parts: the plexus of international relations.
Origin of plexus
Examples from the Web for plexus
Historical Examples of plexus
How, then, is the greater length of the plexus to be covered by a single "missing link?"
No a priori induction will ever extend this line or plexus to man.
Plexus: a knot: applied to a knot-like mass of nerves, or tracheae.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
What is a plexus of the sun, and how doth it blow on a bull?The Panchronicon
Harold Steele Mackaye
Lost, and forgotten in the plexus of the city's life, what had befallen them?The Octopus
- any complex network of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic vessels
- an intricate network or arrangement
Word Origin for plexus
- A structure in the form of a network, especially of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatics.
- A combination of interlaced parts; a network.