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Definition of "tentacular" [ten•tac•u•lar]

  • Of, or pertaining to, tentacles. (adjective)
  • Resembling a tentacle or tentacles. (adjective)

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Use "tentacular" in a sentence
  • "It features an essay on the "tentacular" and quantum vampires by China Mieville, poems by Michel Houellebecq, and photos of dead monkeys by Thomas Ligotti."
  • ""tentacular," which - assuming you like either octopi or circuses - is the opposite of "craptacular.""
  • "Here, Mr. Saviano attacks the legitimacy of the Camorra's tentacular business empire, which reposes largely on the two Cs: cocaine and cement."
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