fascicle fascicle

Definition(s):

  1. (n) an installment of a printed work
  2. (n) a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers)

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  • Word Odyssey: The Saga of the Oxford English Dictionary

    On February 1, 1884, the first fascicle, or volume, of one of the world’s greatest literary achievements was published: the Oxford English Dictionary, affectionately known as the OED. I’m not talking about the collegiate or other abridged versions of the OED, but rather the version completed in 1928 consisting of twelve hefty volumes and over 400,000 words—and not just words then in use, but all ...
    on January 30, 2014     Source: Tucson Weekly

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