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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Insects, Animals
feelerfeel‧er /ˈfiːlə $ -ər/ noun [countable usually plural]  1 HBIone of the two long things on an insect’s head that it uses to feel or touch things. Some sea animals also have feelers.2 put out feelers
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feelerClive felt delicate feelers worming through his mind, draining his pain, his fear.Sea-anglers dot the foreshore, their rods like the jittery feelers of crayfish or the dials of a Geiger counter.Hanoi, meanwhile, had sent out peace feelers.
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