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Fearing, nevertheless, some convulsive return of his agony, he recoiled to avoid the reach of the dreaded tentacles.
She has tentacles strong and far-reaching, like the tentacles of a cuttle-fish.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
Slowly the globe with its trailing tentacles moved about the room.
HUNTERS OUT OF SPACEJOSEPH EVERIDGE KELLEAM
They are held by a thousand social and domestic tentacles, which have no counterpart in happy-go-lucky American relationships.
POLLY THE PAGANISABEL ANDERSON
It pulled free of the support, tentacles sliding across steel, whipping into the air.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
His arms did not rise, instead six tentacles projected upward to force back the machine.
THE JAMESON SATELLITENEIL RONALD JONES
"I'm wrecked," said the professor, gazing at his twisted limbs, paralyzed tentacles and jammed body.
THE JAMESON SATELLITENEIL RONALD JONES
A set of six tentacles, all metal, like the rest of the body, curved outward from the upper half of the cubic body.
THE JAMESON SATELLITENEIL RONALD JONES
H is the head, bearing the tentacles T1 and T2, of which the upper pair have the eyes, E.
OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY
The tentacles in the first are long, and in the third short; while in Rogersi the upper pair are long and the lower very short.
OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY

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