The chops of good depth, but not pendulous, completely covering the teeth when mouth is closed.
Seeds compressed, pendulous, prolonged in a membranous wing.
A peach with pendulous branches, like those of the weeping willow, has been found capable of propagation by seed.
This attention does not stop at the pendulous and loose prepuce.
His huge shoulders hunched, his pendulous nose wobbled, his squinty eyes gleamed and he charged into the bar.
As yet no pendulous cloud from whence it might come could be seen.
Mr. Jobling's purple visage and pendulous jowl spoke plainly the apoplectic and painful nature of his emotions.
It is readily distinguished by its flat horns and pendulous, hairy muzzle.
Ovules (1 or 2) pendulous, the rhaphe away from the axis; disk none and ovary not lobed.
pendulous: drooping: hanging free, attached to one end only.