Time enough when you come out to wear ‘pompadours,’ as you call them.
She regarded other women, not older than herself, with pompadours, and aspiration seized her.
Elfrida did not appear till late, when the room was filled with whirling harlequins and Pompadours and Swiss peasant maidens.
Before the committee had its pompadours well under way the good old bulky doctor was bending over Marjorie's crib.
You will perceive that the Bee-Hive was not a fashionable department store, with escalators and pompadours.
Nevertheless, we are obliged to count these Pompadours of the village among the feminine population.
The Pompadours of the world have only a brief reign, and at last become repulsive.