noun, plural syn·ap·ses [si-nap-seez] /sɪˈnæp siz/.
Origin of synapsis
Examples from the Web for synaptic
Contemporary Examples of synaptic
Perhaps compose a fiction about hard-wired fictionalizing, a fiction that reminds readers of their synaptic deceptions.The Brain Man: What is E. L. Doctorow Up to?
January 13, 2014
From guns to God to gays in one synaptic spasm—the culture-war trifecta.Paranoia on Patriots' Day
April 20, 2010
Historical Examples of synaptic
Synaptic cells summed and integrated, cancelled and compared and with saucy assurance sent the findings on toward Cumulative.We're Friends, Now
One thing remained, unasked and unbeknownst, grooved with synaptic permanence in their burgeoning brains.The Beginning
Time-travel always raises the synaptic delay threshold, but the trouble is it's so variable.The Ego Machine
noun plural -ses (-siːz)
Word Origin for synapsis
1895, used as an adj. corresponding to synapsis, from Greek synaptikos, literally "connective, copulative."
plural synapses, 1895 in biology, Modern Latin, from Greek synapsis "connection, junction" (see synapse).