stately or splendid display; splendor; magnificence.
ostentatious or vain display, especially of dignity or importance.
pomps, displays, actions, or things:
The official was accompanied by all the pomps of his high position.
Archaic. a stately or splendid procession; pageant.
stately or magnificent display; ceremonial splendour
vain display, esp of dignity or importance
(obsolete) a procession or pageant
c.1300, from Old French pompe “pomp, magnificence” (13c.) and directly from Latin pompa “procession, pomp,” from Greek pompe “solemn procession, display,” literally “a sending,” from pempein “to send.” In Church Latin, used in deprecatory sense for “worldly display, vain show.”
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noun splendid celebration with ceremony and fuss; also, the title of several military marches played at ceremonies, such as graduations
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