Prehensile

adapted for holding, such as the tail of a seahorse
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prehensile

[adj] - having a keen intellect 2. [adj] - adapted for grasping especially by wrapping around an object
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Prehensile

Pre·hen'sile adjective [ Latin prehensus , past participle of prehendere to lay hold of, seize; pre- (equiv. to prae before) + hendere (in comp.), akin to English get : confer French préhensile . See Get , and confer Prison , Priz...
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prehensile

adjective adapted for grasping especially by wrapping around an object; `a monkey`s prehensile tail`
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prehensile

(pre-hen´sil) adapted for grasping or seizing.
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Prehensile

• (n.) Adapted to seize or grasp; seizing; grasping; as, the prehensile tail of a monkey.
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prehensile

adapted for grasping and wrapping around.
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prehensile

Type: Term Pronunciation: prē-hen′sil Definitions: 1. Adapted for taking hold of or grasping.
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Prehensile

grasping. A prehensile tail describes a tail that is capable of grasping.
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prehensile

Acharacteristic of an appendage where the appendage curls so as to facilitate grasping
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prehensile

the body part of an animal that has been adapted for grasping, in the case of American Woodcock, its beak is able to grasp earthworms. Other examples of this ability are the trunk of an elephant, the tongue of a giraffe or the lips of a horse
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Prehensile

Refers to a body part that can be used like a hand for grasping or holding.
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Prehensile

Adapted for seizing or grasping especially by wrapping around.
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