Origin of antenna
OTHER WORDS FROM antennaan·ten·nal, adjectivepost·an·ten·nal, adjective
How to use antenna in a sentence
Trouble in Moscow… U.S. defense bill bans Russia from installing GPS antennas on U.S. soil.
Says antennas are for civilian use only, to help Russian tourists find malls with Disney stores.
Molex specializes in little-noticed but vital devices like connectors, antennas, and switches.Get Ready to Support the Kochs, Liberal Apple Fans|Daniel Gross|September 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The white van with the antennas came back and I switched off my Xbox until it had passed.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
No flagpoles rose aloft, up which antennas wires could be hoisted in the guise of halyards.The Secret Wireless|Lewis E. Theiss
Zenith TV antennas are designed and constructed to provide you maximum service and superior performance.Zenith Television Receiver Operating Manual|Zenith Radio Corporation
Valiant in a non-technical article described his long search for trilobites with antennas.
All the specimens of Neolenus, however, show very flexible antennas.