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pendant

[′pen·dənt]
(geology)

Pendant

A hanging ornament or suspended feature on ceilings or vaults.

pendant, pendent, pendent drop

pendant, 2 on an Early New England house
pendant, 1: A
1. A suspended feature or hanging ornament used in the vaults and timber roofs of Gothic architecture or Gothic Revival; also called a pendent.
2. A
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