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ten•ta•cle



Pronunciation: (ten'tu-kul), [key]
n.
1. Zool.any of various slender, flexible processes or appendages in animals, esp. invertebrates, that serve as organs of touch, prehension, etc.; feeler.
2. Bot.a sensitive filament or process, as one of the glandular hairs of the sundew.

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