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pendulous.adjective
hanging loosely; suspended so as to swing or sway; wavering; undecided
pendulously.adverb
pendulousness.noun
pendular.adjective
of or resembling the motion of a pendulum; swinging back and forth
pendulum.noun,.plural.pendulums
a body suspended from a fixed support so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity, commonly.used to regulate.various.devices, especially clocks; something that swings back and forth from one course, opinion or condition to another (the pendulum of public opinion)

pornography.noun
pictures, writing or other material that is sexually.explicit; the presentation or production of this material; from the French pornographie, from pornographe, pornographer and from Late Greek pornographos 'writing about prostitutes' in a way that arouses sexuality
pornographic.adjective
pornographically.adverb
pornographer.noun,.plural.pornographers

pulp.noun,.plural.pulps
a soft, moist, shapeless mass of matter; the soft, moist part of fruit; a mass of pressed vegetable matter (apple pulp); the soft pith forming the contents of the stem of a plant; a mixture of cellulose.material, such as wood, paper and rags, ground up and moistened to make paper; the soft tissue forming the inner structure of a tooth and containing nerves and blood vessels; a mixture of crushed ore and water
pulp, pulped, pulping, pulps.verbs
transitive verb use.to reduce to pulp; crush; to remove the pulp from
intransitive verb use.to be reduced to a pulpy consistency
pulpiness.noun
pulpy.or.pulpous.adjective

pinnate.also.pinnated.adjective
resembling a feather; having parts or branches arranged on each side of a common axis (pinnate leaves)
pinnately.adverb

pyroxylin.also spelt.pyroxyline.noun
a highly flammable.nitrocellulose used in the manufacture of collodion, plastics and lacquers

prize.noun,.plural.prizes
something offered or won as an award for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition; bonus; something worth.striving for; a highly desirable possession
prize.adjective
offered or given as a prize (a prize cup); given a prize or likely to win a prize (a prize cow); worthy of a prize; first-class (our prize flowers are azaleas)
prize, prized, prizing, prizes.transitive verbs
to value highly; esteem or treasure; appreciate; to estimate the worth of; evaluate (how much do you prize the race horse at?)

pottery.noun,.plural.potteries
ware, such as vases, pots, bowls or plates, shaped from moist clay and hardened by heat; the craft or occupation of a potter; the place where a potter works

porcelain.noun,.plural.porcelains
hard, white, translucent.ceramic made by firing a pure clay and then glazing it with variously colored fusible.materials; china; an object made of this substance (porcelain teacups; a doll with a porcelain face)
porcelaneous.adjective

proconsul.noun,.plural.proconsuls
a provincial.governor of consular.rank in the Roman Republic and Roman Empire; an administrator of high rank in one of the modern colonial.empires; a deputy
proconsular.adjective
proconsulate.noun,.plural.proconsulates
proconsulship.noun,.plural.proconsulships

prearrange, prearranged, prearranging, prearranges.transitive verbs
to arrange in advance
prearrangement.noun,.plural.prearrangements

pad.noun,.plural.pads
a thin, cushionlike mass of soft material used to fill, to give shape or to protect against jarring, scraping or other injury; a number of sheets of paper of the same size stacked one on top of the other and glued together at one end; a tablet; the broad, floating leaf of an aquatic plant such as the water lily (a lily pad); the cushionlike flesh on the underpart of the toes and feet of many animals; the fleshy underside of the end of a finger or toe; a launch pad; a helipad; a keypad
pad, padded, padding, pads.transitive verbs
to line or stuff with soft material (he put new padding in the old seat cushion); to lengthen something written or spoken with extraneous.material (pad a résumé; pad an expense account)
padless.adjective

penname.noun,.plural.pennames
a pseudonym used by a writer, such as Mark Twain; also called nom de plume

paternal.adjective
relating to or characteristic of a father or fatherhood; fatherly;  received or inherited from a father (a paternal trait); related through one's father (my paternal aunt)
paternally.adverb
paternalism.noun
paternalism means taking all the decisions for the people you govern, employ or are responsible for, so that they cannot or do not have to make their own decisions; a policy or practice of treating or governing people in a fatherly manner, especially by providing for their needs without giving them rights or responsibilities
paternalist.noun,.plural.paternalists
paternalist, paternalistic.adjectives
paternalistically.adverb
paternity.noun,.plural.paternities
the state of being a father; fatherhood; descent on a father's side; paternal descent
paternity.adjective
of.or.relating.to a lawsuit brought by a woman attempting to establish that a particular man is the father of her child and so must provide the child with financial support

podium.noun,.plural.podiums.or.podia
an elevated platform, as for an orchestra conductor or a public speaker; a stand for holding the notes of a public speaker; a lectern; a podium

puny, punier, puniest.adjectives
someone or something that is puny is very small or weak; of inferior size, strength or significance; weak: a puny physique; puny excuses)
punily.adverb
puniness.noun

ping.noun,.plural.pings
a sharp, high-pitched sound, as that made by a bullet striking metal
ping, pinged, pinging, pings.intransitive verbs
to make a sharp, high-pitched, metallic sound; in music, the highness or lowness of a musical tone as determined by the rapidity of the vibrations producing it; standards of exact pitch have varied over the centuries in many countries

piston.noun,.plural.pistons
a solid.cylinder or disk that fits snugly into a larger cylinder and moves under fluid.pressure, as in a reciprocating.engine or displaces or compresses fluids, as in pumps and compressors; in music, a valve.mechanism in brass instruments for altering the pitch

pulmonary.adjective
of, relating.to.or.affecting the lungs (pulmonary issues); having lungs or lunglike organs
pulmonary artery.noun,.plural.pulmonary arteries
an artery that carries venous blood from the right ventrical of the heart to the lungs
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