1. pendulum

noun. ['ˈpɛndʒələm'] an apparatus consisting of an object mounted so that it swings freely under the influence of gravity.


  • metronome
  • apparatus
  • physical pendulum
  • setup
  • compound pendulum
  • bob
  • simple pendulum

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Rhymes with Pendulum

  • absalom
  • absolom
  • allum
  • alum
  • anklam
  • antebellum
  • arunachalam
  • asylum
  • bedlam
  • bellum
  • bensalem
  • bolam
  • callum
  • collom
  • collum
  • colomb
  • column
  • cullom
  • cullum
  • curriculum

How do you pronounce pendulum?

Pronounce pendulum as ˈpɛnʤələm.

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Sentences with pendulum

1. Noun, singular or mass
A simple pendulum can be made with a string and a weight hung from a single point.

2. Verb, base form
Put your hand around the stock of you lever-action Marlin and pendulum the lever forward and back three times.

Quotes about pendulum

1. I felt as if I were riding a pendulum. Just as I would swing into the abyss of hopelessness, the pendulum would swing back with some small goodness.
- Ruta Sepetys, Between Shades of Gray