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Pomp

n.1.A procession distinguished by ostentation and splendor; a pageant.
2.Show of magnificence; parade; display; power.
v. i.1.To make a pompons display; to conduct.
Noun1.pomp - ceremonial elegance and splendor; "entered with much eclat in a coach drawn by eight white horses"
Synonyms: eclat
array, brilliance, buckram, caravan, cavalcade, ceremonial, ceremoniousness, ceremony, circumstance, column, cortege, cosmorama, cyclorama, dignity, diorama, display, dress parade, exhibit, exhibition, exposition, extravaganza, extrinsicality, fanfare, flyover, form, formality, formalization, funeral, georama, glory, grandeur, gravity, heraldry, impersonality, light show, line, liturgy, magnificence, march past, motorcade, mule train, myriorama, pack train, pageant, panoply, panorama, phantasmagoria, pomposity, presentation, pride, primness, procession, promenade, psychedelic show, representation, review, rigidness, ritual, rituality, shifting scene, shine, sight, skimmington, solemnity, spectacle, splendor, stage show, starchiness, state, stiffness, stiltedness, stream, string, stylization, tableau, tableau vivant, train, weight
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pomme de prairie
Pommel
pommel horse
Pommelion
Pommette
pommy
Pomo
Pomolobus
Pomolobus pseudoharengus
Pomological
Pomologist
Pomology
Pomona
Pomoxis
Pomoxis annularis
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
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Pompadour
Pompano
Pompano shell
Pompatic
Pompeian
Pompeian red
Pompeii
Pompelmous
Pompet
Pompey
Pompey the Great
Pompholyx
Pompillion
Pompion
Pompire
Pompoleon
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