antenna[ an-ten-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF antenna
Synonyms for antenna
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTENNA
"She's still wearing her antenna," he said swiftly over his shoulder.
Help me with this box, and then get the girl to put on the antenna you'll find there.
Crook: the hook or recurved tip of the antenna in Hesperidae.
Caulis: the funicle of antenna: the corneous basal part of jaws.
Radicle or Radicula: that joint of the antenna that is articulated to the head.
Post-annellus: in Hymenoptera, the 4th joint of antenna and 2d of flagellum.
However, he finally stopped the antenna, satisfied that he had it pointed at the jammer.
"Antenna is what butterflies have," suggested Nancy vaguely.
I examined the small ant, and found that it had lost an antenna, and its body was crushed.
Then seizing it (we thought by an antenna) she dragged it head first into the tunnel.