What is the correct spelling for PENTANT?

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Correct spellings for PENTANT

  • pedant Only a pedant will seize on the supposed paradox that a war for equal rights for white men should have met with reprobation from an Ireland clamouring for Home Rule.
  • penchant In his case it was a natural penchant and at the same time a pose, the attitude of every heir-presumptive towards the crowned head, a way of winning admiration and captivating by force of contrast.
  • pendant And, stimulated by this thought, he drew out from a handsome morocco case a superb pendant of emeralds and diamonds-a work of art, that glittered as he displayed it, like a star on a frosty night.
  • pendent Here, firm-planted on the square, and jutting at an angle from the body of the church, stands a massive bell-tower overgrown from head to foot with pendent weeds and grasses whose roots have found a home in the interstices of its masonry; a grimly venerable pile, full of character.
  • penitent The president of the senate had listened with a penitent mien and bowed head, but now he recovered his presence of mind and exclaimed indignantly: "The people die, the town and country are going to ruin, plague and horrors rise up from the river.
  • pennant Letter X To Thomas Pennant, Esquire August 4, 1767. It has been my misfortune never to have had any neighbours whose studies have led them towards the pursuit of natural knowledge; so that, for want of a companion to quicken my industry and sharpen my attention, I have made but slender progress in a kind of information to which I have been attached from my childhood.
  • repentant She was his wife, let what would happen-his erring but repentant Ethie.
  • pendants Both at Oxford and at Cambridge the halls of the seventeenth century were, as I have said, mere pendants of the colleges; they must have had a separate character as a social community and a certain independence; but if they had separate endowments, they did not manage them, and each of them depended for its instruction mainly on the college to which it was affiliated.

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