Origin of pompom1
Words nearby pompom
Other definitions for pompom (2 of 2)
Origin of pompom2
How to use pompom in a sentence
There are young women who look like they could have come straight from a college campus, in puffy jackets and pompom hats.Inside the Capitol Riot: What the Parler Videos Reveal|by Alec MacGillis|January 17, 2021|ProPublica
Towards evening the voice of the pompom was heard in the land; but he bagged nothing—never does.
In the afternoon one of our guns on Cæsar's Camp smashed a pompom.
As the extended lines of the infantry moved through the town they were greeted by pompom fire, which, however, did no damage.
Boers began attack at daybreak with two or three guns and a pompom, shelling the position hard.
A deputation of ladies had, meanwhile, presented the Duchess with a table-gong made of pompom shells mounted on a rhinoceros horn.The Life of King Edward VII|J. Castell Hopkins
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