pendant

[ pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pendant

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This action of Congress is a pendant to the Academy of Sciences.

You'd have to ask any one to the wedding who gave you a pendant like that.

Mr. Martin himself was no unworthy "pendant" to this portrait.

One face of this pendant was covered with scratches in a vandyked pattern.

A form of connection which has struts attached to a pendant post.

Did she intend to keep the pendant and exchange it for confectionery?

She had begged Rona to confess, and Rona in return had accused her of taking the pendant.

Aldebaran swung on the pendant chain of Taurus like a giant ruby.

She had certainly never worn this pendant before at Harding.

The pendant which Madame Ypsilante received was very handsome.

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