pend-, -pens, -pense, -pending, -pended

(Latin: hang, hanging; weigh, weighing; to cause to hang down; related to words in this pond- unit.)

pendicle
A small appendage.
pending
penduline
Applied to birds that build pendulous nests.

Pendulous nests are described as those that are suspended so they swing or sway.

pendulous
pendulous abdomen
A condition in which the excessively relaxed anterior (front) wall of the abdomen hangs down over the pubis or the forward portion of either of the hipbone that forms the lower front section of the hipbone in humans and is one of a pair joined at the front of the pelvis.
pendulously
pendulousness
pendulum
pendulus
pension
pensionary
pensioner
pensive (adjective), more pensive, most pensive
1. Descriptive of someone who is quietly or deeply thoughtful: When Bruce was considering the possibility of getting a new job, he had a pensive attitude as he sat on the balcony of his apartment.
2. Conveying or expressive of serious or deep thinking: As Mary composed her poetry, she was usually in a pensive mood as she was earnestly contemplating what to write.
Dreamily thoughtful and considering.
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Resembling a deep thoughtfulness.
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pensiveness