- having tentacles.
Also ten·tac·u·lat·ed [ten-tak-yuh-ley-tid] /tɛnˈtæk yəˌleɪ tɪd/.
Origin of tentacled
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Examples from the Web for tentacled
We didn't meet a tentacled Yellow King from another dimension.‘True Detective’ Finale Review: Close to Perfection
March 10, 2014
As the sports page has gone digital, its "free advertising" has tentacled out even further.On the Peninsula
April 25, 2011
There's one tentacled thing that reminds me of a frightened rotifer.Competition
Somehow, the two young ladies felt the chilly presence of a tentacled fish out of water, that was wholly inexplicable.Edith and John
Franklin S. Farquhar
It has large claws in which it holds anemones, tentacled sea animals with no power of motion.Planet of the Damned
Great sea slugs crawled about on the bottom with gigantic starfish, and actiniae of vivid colours spread their tentacled blossoms.Fire Island
G. Manville Fenn
A solid wall of water, in which writhed dozens of tentacled monsters, was upon us, and we had time for nothing but action.