Pomp [noun]

Definition of Pomp:

pageantry, display

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Sentence/Example of Pomp:

The Marquis had naturally expected to find him in the midst of pomp.

The pomp of Antony's position, too, and his kingly personality pleased our poet.

Give me health and a day and I will put the pomp of emperors to shame.

No pomp of funeral was, indeed, necessary for such a person.

To draw out the pomp and circumstance of opening the conference?

The pomp and magnificence of sunset were in abeyance to-night, were laid aside.

In Spain, it is celebrated with all the pomp and ostentation imaginable.

Moved by a common impulse, they rose to their feet and fled from "Pomp and Circumstance."

Give me health and a day, and I will make the pomp of emperors ridiculous.

Close behind them were Redvignez and Brazzier, while Pomp brought up the rear.