pomp[ pomp ]SEE DEFINITION OF pomp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR 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.
Pomp started off at once, Redvignez following close behind him.