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  • feeler — /fee leuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that feels. 2. a proposal, remark, hint, etc., designed to bring out the opinions or purposes of others: Interested in an accord, both labor and management were putting out feelers. 3. Zool. an organ of touch …   Universalium

  • feeler — /ˈfilə / (say feeluh) noun 1. someone or something that feels. 2. a proposal, remark, hint, etc., designed to bring out the opinions or purposes of others. 3. Zoology an organ of touch, as an antenna or a tentacle. 4. (plural) → feeler gauge …   Australian English dictionary

  • feeler — n. 1 an organ in certain animals for testing things by touch or for searching for food. 2 a tentative proposal or suggestion, esp. to elicit a response (put out feelers). 3 a person or thing that feels. Phrases and idioms: feeler gauge a gauge… …   Useful english dictionary

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