Recent Examples of feeler from the Web
The hackers put out feelers around the scene and found a buyer in the Seychelles who was willing to pay $5,000 for the counterfeit console.
According to Carly Cassella of Science Alert, the critter boasts a number of features that are not seen in any other modern turtle, like the two rows of tubercles that act like feelers.
Interestingly, the newspaper has stated that Leicester star Jamie Vardy is another player the Old Trafford club have put initial feelers out for.
The Ethiopians are cosy with Turkey, a big investor, but have also put out friendly feelers to the UAE.
While other schools in the SEC are making moves, firing coaches and putting out public feelers for their replacements, Arkansas sits.
Cancers are deep feelers who sometimes have a difficult time opening up.
In addition, diplomats say, the British, Canadians and Swedes are sending out feelers.
Think of the Equator as a floating brain—a brain with a six-mile-long feeler.
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First Known Use of feeler
FEELER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of feeler for English Language Learners
: a movable part (such as an antenna) of an animal or insect that is used for touching things
: a suggestion or question to find out the thoughts or opinions of other people
FEELER Defined for Kids
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