Thesaurus / pomp

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The pomp and vanity of dress was carried by both sexes to extravagance.

He has a natural antipathy to pomp, and swagger, and fierce demeanor.

To endow two rained-on and shabby gentlemen with pomp and circumstance!

The Tin SoldierTemple Bailey

Redvignez set himself very skilfully to do so, for Pomp was ignorant and exceedingly greedy for wealth.

Adrift on the PacificEdward S. Ellis

Here were no pomp and circumstance to interpose their false colours before the sordid vista of the future.

The Mayor of WarwickHerbert M. Hopkins

Riccabocca was long before he reconciled himself to the pomp of his principalities and his title of Duke.

My Novel, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

I went further; I did all those things which touch most sensibly people who have been used to pomp.

She rose up; she creaked; her splendour and pomp grated, and she glittered so, that Psyche was dazzled.

PsycheLouis Couperus

Then Pomp turned and looked upon the traitor, who had been himself betrayed.

Cudjo's CaveJ. T. Trowbridge

Not long after Pomp and Virginia returned; and Deslow was not with them.

Cudjo's CaveJ. T. Trowbridge

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