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pent

 (pĕnt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of pen2.
adj.
Penned or shut up; closely confined.

pent

(pɛnt)
vb
a past tense and past participle of pen2

pent

(pɛnt)

adj.
shut in; confined: pent cattle; pent emotions.
[past participle of late Middle English pend, variant of pen2 (v.); compare spend]

Pent.

Pentecost.
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Adj.1.pent - closely confined
confined - not free to move about
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