feeler[ fee-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF feeler
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEELER
"I see you have Diablo entered for the Brooklyn," Faust put out as a feeler.
Roll in dried and powdered coral, and put a piece of feeler in each.
He expected to feel the jerk of the electric shock of the feeler.
Just a feeler of Frémont's—his army's three miles over there in the woods.
Note the knob on the end of the butterfly's feeler (Fig. 143).
"They are saying good-bye to each other, now," said Tom, by way of a feeler.
It was just a feeler, but the woman didn't even answer to that.
Ted glanced keenly at his companion, for he had made the remark as a sort of feeler.
"But I don't like doing that sort of thing," she went on, throwing out a feeler.
Look here, Mac, d'you think you could put out a feeler for us?