retiary

retiary

[ree-shee-er-ee]
adjective
1.
using a net or any entangling device.
3.
making a net or web, as a spider.

Origin:
1640–50; < Latin rēt- (stem of rēte) net + -i- + -ary

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retiary (ˈriːtɪərɪ, -ʃɪə-)
 
adj
rare of, relating to, or resembling a net or web
 
[C17: from Latin retiarius]

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