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pendency

[pen-duh n-see] /ˈpɛn dən si/
noun, plural pendencies.
1.
the state or time of being pending, undecided, or undetermined, as of a lawsuit awaiting settlement.
Origin of pendency
1630-1640
1630-40 pend(ent) + -ency
Related forms
nonpendency, noun
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Word Origin and History for pendency
n.

1630s, from pendent + -cy.

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