For the half-time show, a cheerleader and her doppelgängers perform some hypnotic, pom-pom routines (see 1:11).
Already the pom-pom is trotting out of the farmhouse enclosure and the squadron of Dragoons extending on the plain beyond.
For pom-pom fever, Mauseritis, The toothache or the loafertitis.
A pom-pom and twenty prisoners, including the commander of the police, were the trophies of the day.
Nineteen prisoners and a pom-pom were captured from the foe.
A new and unpleasant experience in the shape of a pom-pom has come upon the scene.
Of one thing, however, our men were afraid—the dreaded 'pom-pom' of the Boers.
pom-pom stumped on to the parade in a way that shook the earth, looked at us very keenly, and muttered, Good stuff!
The majority of the burghers had already crossed and fled, whilst the remainder hurried back with a pom-pom and the other carts.
“I have seen you look far less worried under a plunging fire from a pom-pom,” he said cheerily.
"Maxim automatic gun," 1899, of imitative origin, soldiers' slang from the Boer War. For the ornamental tuft, see pompom.
"ornamental round tuft" (originally on a hat, etc.), 1748, alteration of pompon "ornamental tuft; tuft-like flower head," from French pompon (1725), of unknown origin; perhaps related to Old French pompe "pomp."
The sex act; screwing
[WWII Army; perhaps fr the echoic name pom-pom of various rapid-fire automatic guns, found by 1889]