noun ret·i·cule \ˈre-ti-ˌkyül\

Definition of RETICULE

:  reticle
:  a woman's drawstring bag used especially as a carryall

Origin of RETICULE

French réticule, from Latin reticulum small net, mesh bag, from diminutive of rete net
First Known Use: circa 1738


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