pompous[ pom-puhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF pompous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POMPOUS
It is amusing to read Tarleton's pompous account of this pursuit.
He had disliked Peppajee as a pompous egotist among his kind.
It has a pompous Latin name, but it is incurably Gothic and grotesque.
Well, pompous Chase; how do you feel for having sided with Seward?
Her delivery was unnatural and pompous; her motions were stiff, strained, ridiculous.
This pompous heroism wouldn't be noticed in the Med Service.
He's a millionaire, but it doesn't make him pompous or stand-offish.
I remember there was a big, pompous critter of an Englishman there.
"I understand, I understand," said the pompous committeeman.
What you say in your pompous distribution only distributes you into your class and section.