(e.) Terminal or basal point, with the prehensile larval antenn, represented on rather too large a scale.
Not all the monkeys of America possess this prehensile power of tail.
He rose to his feet, his long, prehensile fingers curled into fists.
They form, in some sort, the prehensile organs which seize the aliment.
Tentacle-like protrusions of various size and length seemed to serve as the sensory and prehensile organs.
The tail is very long and prehensile, like that of the sapajous.
The city had not caught her even though it had reached forth strong, prehensile fingers.
The first of the sub-families includes the monkeys with prehensile tails.
Tamandua, t-man′dū-a, n. an arboreal ant-eater with prehensile tail.
This is particularly true of the prehensile power of the foot.
prehensile pre·hen·sile (prē-hěn'səl, -sīl')
Adapted for seizing, grasping, or holding, especially by wrapping around an object.