Definitions for PENTpɛnt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. pent, shut up(p)(adj)

    closely confined


  1. pent(Verb)


  2. pent(Adjective)

    Confined in a pen, imprisoned.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Pent

    of Pen

  2. Pent(verb)

    penned or shut up; confined; -- often with up

  3. Origin: [From Pen, v. t.]

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Jim Furyk:

    A lot of pent-up frustration.

  2. Elizabeth Crabill:

    There's a lot of pent up demand.

  3. Martin Johnston:

    There is pent-up enthusiasm to do something.

  4. Bert Hansen:

    There's some pent up frustration in the population right now that's ready to explode, that's why Trump's doing so well.

  5. Stephen Jen:

    We want to get it over with, get a fresh start to the year, no pent up expectations. In fact, if they don't do it in December then January would be volatile.

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