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fas·ci·cle / ˈfasikəl/ • n. 1. a separately published installment of a book or other printed work. 2. Anat. & Biol. a bundle of structures, such as nerve or muscle fibers or conducting vessels in plants. DERIVATIVES: fas·ci·cled adj. fas·cic·u·lar / fəˈsikyələr/ adj. fas·cic·u·late / fəˈsikyəˌlāt; -yəlit/ adj.

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Fascicle

Fascicle

small bundle or bunch; a tuft or cluster of leaves, etc.

Examples: fascicle of fibres, 1738; of flowers; of hair, 1792; of leaves [pages of a book]; of roots; of virtues, 1622.

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fascicle

fascicle bundle, cluster XV; part or number of a written work XVII. — L. fasciculus, dim. of fascis bundle.
Also fascicule XVII; after F.

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fascicle

fascicle A tuft or bunch of branches or leaves all arising from the same place.

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fascicle

fascicle
1. A small bundle of nerve or muscle fibres.

2. See vascular bundle.

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