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- v. Present participle of pendulate.
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-- Ditto in a crimson waistcoat, and a pendulating eye-glass.
The man retired amongst the crowd, the woman was soon a dead corpse, pendulating in the wind.
Ten months in the year he paid no attention to politics, pendulating daily between his house and his office.
The width of the bands increases if the speed of the revolving disc decreases, but varies directly, as was before noted, with the speed of the pendulating rod.
So saying, the Slogger, turning round, walked quickly away, and his little friend entered the class-room in a state of mind pendulating between disgust and despair, for he had no expectation of seeing the slippery Slogger again that night.
Over this supperlet they were all very talkative and merry, with the exception, poor fellow, of Glumm, who sat sometimes glancing at, and always thinking of, Ada, and pendulating, as usual, between the condition of being miserably happy or happily miserable.