Definition of pendent in English:

pendent

Line breaks: pen|dent
Pronunciation: /ˈpɛnd(ə)nt
 
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adjective

1Hanging down or overhanging: pendent catkins
More example sentences
  • Community Support for older people under the 2005 scheme - Personal telephone alarm with pendent panic button.
  • Assistance if now available locally to any group or individual making an application for the pendent alarm.
  • Personal telephone alarm with pendent panic button applications must be in by May 17th.
Synonyms
hanging, suspended, supported from above, dangling, pendulous, drooping, droopy, flaccid, swinging, swaying, trailing, flowing, falling, tumbling
2Remaining undecided; pending: the use of jurisdiction to decide pendent claims
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  • Additionally, they assert jurisdiction for their common-law tort claims under principles of pendent and ancillary jurisdiction.

Derivatives

pendency

noun
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  • One of the reasons for pendency is lack of adequate staff.
  • And it is in effect and will remain in effect for the pendency of the case.
  • We do not anticipate making further comments during the pendency of the judicial process.

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