pendulous

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin pendulus (pendant), from pendō (to hang down).

Adjective[edit]

pendulous (comparative more pendulous, superlative most pendulous)

  1. hanging as if from a support
  2. indecisive or hesitant
  3. (biology) having branches etc. that bend downwards; drooping or weeping

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