tentacles

[ ten-tuh-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF tentacles

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The arms were long and had the curved movement of the tentacles of a devil-fish.

Not unless they are touched do they lash about with their tentacles.

"Don't try to save yourselves from their tentacles," advised Stanley.

The Martian, if that was what it was, had only six tentacles, three on each side.

Personally and politically he was held tight by the Teuton tentacles.

One of the tentacles reached into the opening and clasped the glass.

But I'm so hungry I'll chew off one of your tentacles and eat it without seasoning.

One of Steel-Blue's tentacles broke off and fell to the rocky sward.

Tentacles gripped at him, the foul, stinking smell gagged him.

It glided, never, so far as I could see, removing its tentacles from the stem of the pipe.