noun, plural (especially collectively) pom·fret, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pom·frets.
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But Mrs. Pomfret did not give the signal for her coachman to drive on.
He walked to Pomfret Court, and found the Squire in his room.
Mrs. Yellam spent every morning at Pomfret Court, returning to her cottage after the mid-day meal, which she helped to serve.
And are you going to help Mr. Crewe in his campaign, Mrs. Pomfret?
Luncheon at Pomfret Court, accordingly, was not a very cheery meal.