1. To be undecided about something; SYN. vacillate.
2. To hand in the air; fly or be suspended above.
3. To move to and fro; SYN. linger.
ETYM Latin impendere; pref. im- in + pendere to weigh out, pay.
To be imminent or about to happen.
1. To be motionless, in suspension
2. To cause to be balanced or suspended.
3. To hold or carry in equilibrium; SYN. balance.
1. To travel by ship on (a body of water).
2. To travel in a boat propelled by wind.
1. To fly upwards or high in the sky.
2. To go or move upward.
3. To rise rapidly, as of a current or voltage; SYN. soar up, soar upwards, surge, zoom.
1. To interrupt or discontinue
2. To bar temporarily; from school, office, etc.; SYN. debar.
3. To cause to be held in suspension in a fluid, of particles, in chemistry.
4. To hang freely
5. To make inoperative or stop; SYN. set aside.
To blow gently.
1. To puff; to blow in small puffs.
2. To inhale a small breath.
to fish with hand line towed behind a boat