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Under impulsion of the Arranger of Inanities the pomaded princes next began their inspection of the buildings.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
To me, sitting in red shirt and pomaded hair at his feet, it seemed as if he were a magician.
THE BELOVD VAGABONDWILLIAM J. LOCKE
The pomaded princes stood to attention, bowed with deference and with gallantry.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
He had rubicund cheeks, long hair very much pomaded, trailing in the back and drawn up in crescents along his temples.
L-BASJ. K. HUYSMANS
At last, the clerk's head being sufficiently pomaded, the piece of woollen stocking was applied, and the operation was at an end.
Valentina Mihailovna put her hand under her little boy's chin and raised his pomaded head.
VIRGIN SOILIVAN S. TURGENEV
He was dressed in a Highland costume, his legs bare, and was very much befrizzled and pomaded.
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He did not like Kolia's befrizzled and pomaded head, and when his eye fell on Kollomietzev, thought, "What a sleek individual."
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In a few minutes a voice was heard singing up the back stairs and—enter Sabina spread out with starch and heavily pomaded hair.
A CHRISTMAS STORYSAMUEL W. FRANCIS
He was an under-sized young man whose pomaded black hair was parted in the middle.
THE QUESTFREDERIK VAN EEDEN

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