- reticulate python,
- reticulated bone,
- reticulated tracery,
Origin of reticulation
Examples from the Web for reticulation
As a cobweb to a cabbage-net, so fine was Mrs. Bazalgette's reticulation compared with Uncle Fountain's.Love Me Little, Love Me Long|Charles Reade
In this reticulation of snow paths the drum is sounded and the flag raised.
An Antarctic iceberg with a reticulation of crevasses on its tilted surface.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
In most species the reticulation and particularly the separation of the chambers is more or less incomplete.
At first the branches had been utterly bare, and beyond their reticulation had been visible the rosy façade of a new Board-school.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
1670s, noun of action or state from reticulate (v.).