Insects don't have tentacles. Octopuses do. They have 8.
oral tentacles, tentacles, mouth, anus, jelly, stomach
Octopuses do not have tentacles but rather have eight arms. Tentacles are distinguished in this context as being longer than arms, with suckers at their tips only. Squid and cuttlefish have eight arms like octopuses, and two extra flexible tentacles. They use these to hunt down and capture prey such as: slow moving fish, crustaceans, and there on kind.
Yes blue bottles tentacles can range up to 10 metres in length!
shrimp and squid tentacles
No, the word 'banish' is not a noun; the word banish is a verb: banish, banishes, banishing, banished.The noun forms for the verb to banish are banisher, banishment, and the gerund, banishing.
"Banish" is a verb.
The king will banish the spy instead of executing him. Banish your spots with this medicinal cream!
Banish is a verb - to expel from a place
Banish is a verb.
Massachusetts did banish Roger Williams.
The Prince of Rome decided to banish Romeo. The judge must decide whether to banish, imprison or hang you. Some psychologists believe people can reduce anxiety if they banish 'bad' thoughts.
No, the word banish is not an adverb.This word is a verb.
Yes, it is (meaning sent away). It comes from the past participle of the verb banish.
"Speak against me once more and I will banish you," warned the queen.The college decided to banish students from using the communal kitchens unless they paid a fee to cover cleaning costs.
Even the Queen herself could not banish Bob from Narnia after he ate her favorite beaver. Both Australia and Texas were places of exile for those who were convicted and sentenced to be banished. I banish you! Don't banish me!
No, the word 'banish' is a verb meaning to drive away or force to leave a country or place by official decree.