Origin of pompom1
Other definitions for pompom (2 of 2)
Origin of pompom2
How to use pompom in a sentence
Shattuck retired her pom-poms after two years, but stayed on for six more as a coach.From Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader to Mrs. Robinson|Brandy Zadrozny|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For the half-time show, a cheerleader and her doppelgängers perform some hypnotic, pom-pom routines (see 1:11).Austin Mahone, Grouplove & More Best Music Videos of the Week (VIDEO)|Jean Trinh|June 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
POM founder Lynda Resnick explains how Spurlock sold her on The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.
POM has always had a personality—from its sexy little bottle to its cheeky advertising.
Why not Biscuits for Elephants, POM Wonderful for Elephants, or John Mayer for Elephants?
With great deliberation and much formality Wu-pom Nai proceeded to loosen the boy's heavy plaits of hair.Our Little Korean Cousin|H. Lee M. Pike
A pom-pom of ours is now popping away just ahead, and there is a good deal of rifle-fire.
Our side at first answered with pom-poms, Maxims, and rifle-fire, but our guns have just come into action.
Then pom-pom-pom, whew-w-w-w, as shells came singing over the rear-guard.
The black muzzles of multiple pom-poms were swinging around, poking toward the sky.The Lost Warship|Robert Moore Williams
British Dictionary definitions for pompom (1 of 2)
- the small globelike flower head of certain cultivated varieties of dahlia and chrysanthemum
- (as modifier)pompom dahlia