pend, pens, pond
pand, pans, pass
suffer, feel, endure, permit
pon, pos, posit [pound, post]
tend, tens, tent
try out, test
ten, tin, tent [tain]
Have faith or confidence in.
Slow and laborious because of weight.
High in price or charging high prices.
Friendly, open, and willing to talk; impressive in scale.
Having or revealing little emotion or sensibility.
Someone who offers opposition; a contestant that you are matched against.
To change the order or arrangement of.
Large in spatial extent or range, number or quantity.
Having little substance or significance.
Under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon.
Tending to retain.
Hold back, as of a danger or an enemy.
Follow through or carry out a plan without deviation.
Condition of sticking together.
Unable to express yourself clearly or fluently; without logical or meaningful connection.