A movable stalklike structure in certain crustaceans, such as crabs and shrimp, that bears an eye at the tip.(noun)
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Use "eyestalk" in a sentence
"It was kind of laughable ... the eyestalk was a flashlight, lit bulb and all!)"
"There were many times when a hideous day (or month, or year) at the job felt a little better when I could look myself in the eye (using a mirror, as opposed to a prehensile eyestalk) and tell myself that at least I made my word quota."
"Like in Doomsday, eye to eyestalk with the Dalek ... she said, Do you get that?"