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pen·du·lous (pĕn′jə-ləs, pĕn′dyə-, -də-)
1. Hanging loosely; suspended so as to swing or sway.
2. Wavering; undecided.
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Certainly not when the eye is gazing upon endless rows of fruit dangling pendulously
and lushly -- grapes, now in their prime, ready to be picked, or crushed.
A pair of electric lamplights, strung pendulously
from the board ceiling, cast their glow on the scene unfolding below in Winnipeg's Industrial Exhibition Board of Trade) Building on 3 April 1923.
We swing between these two positions pendulously
. We are best friends.