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[uh-mat-uh-fawr, -fohr] /əˈmæt əˌfɔr, -ˌfoʊr/

noun, Zoology.
a tentacle or movable stalk bearing an eye, as in certain snails.
(zoology) a movable stalk or tentacle bearing an eye, occurring in lower animals such as crabs and snails


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