pendent (adj.) Old form(s): pendant
downhanging, drooping, dangling
AC IV.xiv.4[Antony to Eros] we see ... / A vapour sometime like ... a pendent rock
Ham IV.vii.172[Gertrude to Claudius and Laertes, of Ophelia] There on the pendent boughs her crownet weeds / Clambering to hang
Mac I.vi.8[Banquo to King, of the martlet] no jutty, frieze ... but this bird / Hath made his pendent bed and procreant cradle
MW IV.vi.42[Fenton to Host, of Anne's costume] quaint in green she shall be loose enrobed, / With ribands pendent
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