pendency

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pendency (uncountable)

  1. The state of being pendent; suspension.
    • 2018, Rory Little, Opinion analysis: A DIG in Vogt, SCOTUSblog, May 29, 2018
      The long pendency of the case before this dismissal suggests deep disagreements among the justices on the substantive issues.

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