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feeler

(fē′lər)
n.
Zoology A sensory or tactile organ, such as an antenna, tentacle, or barbel.
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The third dimension is that of thinkers and feelers.
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His old life seems a million miles away and he can't understand Hal's obsession with tracking down Feeler and personally avenging his father's death.
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