pendent[ pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pendent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PENDENT
He grovelled on the divan heavy in thought and with pendent arms.
Descending the pendent rope, Paul disappears in the darkness.
His dress consists of a high-crowned hat, and a pendent frill.
The pendent ornament called a tassel is a diminutive of Mid.
Mrs. Hooven had pendent earrings of imitation jet in her ears.
A variety occurs with larger, more conical, and pendent pods.
Hahn's horse was standing there obediently with pendent reins anchoring it!
They are erect, pendent, or spreading, according to their form or position.
The pendent ornaments hung to the necklaces are very beautiful.
To this was sometimes suspended a pomander-box, tablets, or a pendent reliquary.