Origin of pendant
OTHER WORDS FROM pendantpend·ant·ed, adjectivepend·ant·like, adjectivenon·pend·ant, adjectiveun·pend·ant, adjective
Words nearby pendant
How to use pendant in a sentence
When I walk through a property with clients who are selling their home, I always recommend paying close attention to light fixtures in the entryway, dining room, pendant lighting in the kitchen, and bathrooms.Tips to properly prep your home to sell for the most|Justin Noble|June 24, 2021|Washington Blade
The purse contained a set of keys that had an El Salvador keychain, a blue turtle, a pendant spelling out the word “Love” and what appears to be a glitter-covered canister of protective spray.
Appropriately enough, “Sybille Bedford” makes just the right pendant to Selina Hastings’s excellent earlier biographies of Somerset Maugham and Evelyn Waugh.‘Sybille Bedford’ is a gossipy appreciation of an oft-overlooked literary great|Michael Dirda|February 17, 2021|Washington Post
His parents even accessorize him in a mini diamond-encrusted watch and a tiny chain with a pendant that reads “papa bear.”
She is having a necklace made of her sister’s fingerprint, a teardrop pendant similar to the one the sisters had made after Kim’s death.‘I said goodbye to my sister through a computer screen’|Holly Bailey|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
Three years later, another father and son duo found a 500-year-old gold pendant worth $4 million in Essex.
But the beautiful porcelain pendant that Agatha (Saoirse Ronan) wears.
It was made by society jewelers Garrard, who refashioned the gems from a pendant she was given by her husband, George VI.
The pendant light is a flotilla of hot air balloons hand blown in glass.
It had a pendant that looked like a house, which to me signifies warmth and happiness.
The dew moistened each leaf, or hung in glittering pendant drops upon the thorn of the prickly pears which lined the roads.Newton Forster|Captain Frederick Marryat
Jimmy sat bolt upright, his black hat pendant between his knees.Blazed Trail Stories|Stewart Edward White
Histoire de l'Europe pendant la Révolution Française, ii., 58-60.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
A gold chain, with a number of pendant scaraboei, was found in a tomb in Vulci, transcending anything before seen by him.
Each bore a slender wand of two triangles of reeds adorned at the corners with pendant plumes.The Mountain Chant, A Navajo Ceremony|Washington Matthews
British Dictionary definitions for pendant
- an ornament that hangs from a piece of jewellery
- a necklace with such an ornament