from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pendulous; hanging.
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But the thin, frail, pendulent branches were misleading.
-- A graceful hardy plant bearing white pendulent flowers on long curving stems.
The slip of paper hung pendulent in Warrington's hand; the other hand was hidden in his beard, while his eyes seemed to be studying seriously the medallion in the Kirmanshah.
It was Baudichon, his double chin more pendulent, his massive face more dully wistful than ordinary; for the times had got upon the Councillor's nerves, and day by day he grew more anxious, slept worse of nights, and listened much before he went to bed.
[FN#398] A noted exception is Vienna, remarkable for the enormous development of the virginal bosoni, which soon becomes pendulent.
Produce, also a pendulent, announces that he has the twenty more Volian Spongefish as ordered.
398 A noted exception is Vienna, remarkable for the enormous development of the virginal bosoni, which soon becomes pendulent.