from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Hanging loosely; suspended so as to swing or sway.
- adj. Wavering; undecided.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. hanging as if from a support
- adj. indecisive or hesitant
- adj. having branches etc. that bend downwards; drooping or weeping
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Depending; pendent loosely; hanging; swinging.
- adj. Wavering; unstable; doubtful.
- adj. Inclined or hanging downwards, as a flower on a recurved stalk, or an ovule which hangs from the upper part of the ovary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hanging loosely or swinging freely from a fixed point above; hanging; swinging; loosely pendent: as, pendulous ears.
- In zoology, specifically applied — To the pensile nests of birds, which hang like a purse or pouch from the support.
- To the penis, clitoris, or scrotum when loosely hanging from the perineum or abdomen, as in various monkeys, marsupials, etc.
- In botany, same as pendent, more especially when the flexure is from weakness of the support.
- In suspense; wavering; doubting; undecided.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having branches or flower heads that bend downward
The upper lip may hang pendulous, which is due to the want of nervous stimulus.
Other complications, such as pendulous tits or projections, from one-fourth to one and a half inches in length, are attendant upon fistula.
Some killer CraigsList What The Effies for you: just want big boobs, he likes them "pendulous" and "disproportionately large."
Some of these “conservative” gay bashers should be fitted for bras, given their own very unmasculine bodies and pendulous he-boobies.
She continued tirelessly, painting with pessimistic strokes the growing black future her husband was meditating for her, while the boy, fearful of some vague, incomprehensible catastrophe, began to weep silently, with a pendulous, trembling underlip.
“Yes, our parties were the best,” he sniffed, squinting down his pendulous nose.
The birds bent the tree branches from which they hung, pendulous ornaments, their amber eyes like glass beads.
I saw pieces of buttocks and mountainous thighs and pendulous abdomens emerging.
If I was a compact little person and did not fear knocking over coffee mugs with my pendulous boobs, I might enjoy doffing my clothing while going about my day.
With the first full puff of the smoke he gave over his moans and yelps, the agitation began to fade out of him, and Daughtry, appreciatively waiting, saw the trembling go out of his hands, the pendulous lip-quivering cease, the saliva stop flowing from the corners of his mouth, and placidity come into the fiery remnants of his eyes.