W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
Fascicle
FAS-ə-kəl
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 15th century
1

A separately published installment of a book or other printed work.

2

(Anatomy and biology) a bundle of structures, such as nerve or muscle fibers or conducting vessels in plants.

Examples of Fascicle in a sentence

“Mae wanted to study how different groups of fascicles in mammals function.”

““Great Expectations” was originally published as sequential fascicles in a literary magazine.”

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