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Sellers threw a lot or two on the market, "as a feeler," and they sold well.
THE GILDED AGE, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN AND CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
A feeler reached out, to be bitten off; then another, to no avail.
"But I don't like doing that sort of thing," she went on, throwing out a feeler.
MAMMON AND CO.E. F. BENSON
But he sent out a feeler by saying suggestively, "Oh,—about five million dollars."
THE LAND OF TOMORROWWILLIAM B STEPHENSON, JR.
Then it thrusts out its tail-foot, swells its body to an oval globe, protrudes its feeler, and slightly exposes a row of cilia.
MARVELS OF POND-LIFEHENRY J. SLACK
Burns helped Lincoln to be an infidel, as I think; at least, he found in Burns a like thinker and feeler.
The animal lost one feeler which America cut off in 1776, and her grasp is weakening elsewhere, but she has enough.
NASBY IN EXILEDAVID R. LOCKE
"I thought you didn't care for him socially," Florry put forth a feeler.
CAPPY RICKSPETER B. KYNE
He expected to feel the jerk of the electric shock of the feeler.
THE WHISPERING SPHERESRUSSELL ROBERT WINTERBOTHAM
This was said more as a feeler than with any hope of success.

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