vocab11 - Root Pend, pens Meaning Hang Word Pendant (adj.)...

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Root Meaning Word Definition Pend, pens Hang Pendant (adj.) Hanging down; dangling; suspended. Projecting; overhanging. Awaiting settlement. (n) Something suspended from something else, especially an ornament or piece of jewelry attached to a necklace or bracelet. A hanging lamp or chandelier. A sculptured ornament suspended from a vaulted Gothic roof or ceiling. One of a matched pair; a companion piece. Pend, pens Hang Pendulous (adj.) Hanging loosely; suspended so as to swing or sway. Wavering; undecided. Pend, pens Hang *Compendium (n) A short, complete summary. A list or collection of various items. Pend, pens Hang Suspense (n) The condition of being physically suspended. The state or quality of being undecided, uncertain, or doubtful. Pleasurable excitement and anticipation regarding an outcome, such as the ending of a mystery novel. Anxiety or apprehension resulting from an uncertain, undecided, or mysterious situation. Pend, pens Hang *Propensity (n) A natural inclination; a tendency. Per Through, by, for throughout Perambulator (n) A baby carriage. Per Through, by, for throughout *Percipient (adj.) Having the power of perceiving, especially perceiving keenly and readily. (n) One that perceives. Per Through, by, for throughout *Perfunctory (adj.) Done routinely and with little interest or care. Acting with indifference; showing little interest or care. Per Through, by, for throughout Permeable (adj.) That can be permeated or penetrated, especially by liquids or gases Per Through, by, for throughout Perspicacious (adj.) Having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear- sighted. Per Through, by, for throughout Pertinacious (adj.) Holding tenaciously to a purpose, belief, opinion, or course of action. Stubbornly or perversely persistent. Per Through, by, for throughout Perturbation (n) The act of worrying. The state of being troubled; agitation. A small change in a physical system. Per Through, by, for throughout Perusal (n) reading carefully with intent to remember (memorize) Per Through, by, for throughout Perennial (adj.) Lasting or active through the year or through many years. Lasting an indefinitely long time; enduring. Appearing again and again; recurrent. (n) Something that recurs or seems to recur on a yearly or continual basis Per Through, by, for throughout Peregrinate (v) To journey or travel from place to place, especially on foot. To travel through or over; cross. Per Against, destruction *Perfidious (adj.) Of, relating to, or marked by deceit; treacherous. Per Against, destruction *Pernicious (adj.) Tending to cause death or serious injury; deadly. Causing great harm; destructive. Per Against, destruction Perjure (v) To make (oneself) guilty of false swearing by deliberately testifying falsely under oath. To deceive by oaths and protestations. Peri
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vocab11 - Root Pend, pens Meaning Hang Word Pendant (adj.)...

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