ConnascENT, kon-nas′ENT, adj. born or produced at the same time.
Now if you wil-lin', an' ENT too lazy an' sassy, we 'll git 'long somehow.
Subsist′ENT, subsisting: having real being: inherENT; Subsisten′tial.
She ENT a bad girl—I been watch her close, 'count of the chil'ren; she ENT bad.
That's a good idea, Davy—Givin' it back to its Maker without asking any impert'n'ENT questions.
I have still the genius, the ENT'usiasm, but I have not the training.
IncrescENT, in-kres′ENT, adj. increasing, growing (of the moon).
For instance, "you shall find that in all the third persons plural of verbes ending in -ENT, n is not pronounced," and so on.
PercurrENT, per-kur′ENT, adj. running through the whole length.
AccumbENT, ak-kumb′ENT, adj. lying down or reclining on a couch.
word-forming element making adjectives from nouns or verbs, from French -ent and directly from Latin -entem, present participle ending of verbs in -ere/-ire. Old French changed many to -ant but after c.1500 some of these in English were changed back to what was supposed to be correct Latin.
ear, nose, and throat