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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pendulate.


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  • The Sergeant was obviously and gloomily incredulous of the purity of his motives, the little nurse arched her eyebrows and smiled in a most annoying manner, while the doctor pendulated between good-humoured tolerance and mild sarcasm.

    Corporal Cameron of the North West Mounted Police; a tale of the Macleod trail

  • She looked as if all her joints had become inflexible, except those of her knees, and her arms hung straight down at her sides, while she pendulated about the floor and gazed at the rafters in deep solemnity.

    Silver Lake


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