Origin of tentacle
OTHER WORDS FROM tentacleten·tac·u·lar [ten-tak-yuh-ler], /tɛnˈtæk yə lər/, adjectiveten·ta·cle·like, ten·tac·u·loid, adjectivein·ter·ten·tac·u·lar, adjectivesub·ten·tac·u·lar, adjective
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How to use tentacle in a sentence
The hot gas tears the galaxy’s own gas out of it, creating a wake of tentacles.The ‘USS Jellyfish’ emits strange radio waves from a distant galaxy cluster|Ken Croswell|March 26, 2021|Science News
The chef’s slowly braised tentacles, charred to order, rise to the top with a zesty chorizo-spiced oil and fried chickpeas.A Potomac view meets polished cooking at Ada’s on the River in Alexandria|Tom Sietsema|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
As the marketplace is poked by yet another technocrat tentacle, this time in the heart of financial services, traditional banks that consumers and businesses once relied on find themselves at a crossroads.Fintech companies must balance the pursuit of profit against ethical data usage|Walter Thompson|February 19, 2021|TechCrunch
Supporters of the Kraken got very excited on Thanksgiving eve, which they dubbed “Kraken Day,” when Powell filed one of several election-related lawsuits, each perhaps a tentacle of a legal Kraken that would upend the election result.
In early summer, bright-purple flowers burst joyfully from the ends of their tentacles.
Not too shabby for a creature less than a year old who had never set a tentacle on the pitch.The Amazing Tale of Paul the Psychic Octopus: Germany’s World Cup Soothsayer|Emily Shire|July 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He allowed himself to be led to a window where the machine with waving tentacle pointed towards an object outside.The Jameson Satellite|Neil Ronald Jones
A tentacle whipped up and touched Flannery, who sat with his hands off the control box.Victory|Lester del Rey
Slowly, inexorably, that mottled tentacle curled downward with its prey, and a portion of the under side of the rock became alive!
But on three sides there were white, opaque walls, so near that he could have touched them by stretching out a tentacle.
At Ebors entrance he raised a limp tentacle in weary greeting and said, Come in, my friend, come in.They Also Serve|Donald E. Westlake