noun (often lowercase)
Origin of Pooh Bah
Examples from the Web for pooh-bah
Fay sighed and gave simultaneously with Pooh-Bah the now-familiar triple-jointed shrug.
But Pooh-Bah declares "I must set bounds to my insatiable ambition."
Pooh-Bah agrees on condition that he shall be "grossly insulted" with "cash down."
This is what Pooh-Bah calls "corroborative detail intended to give artistic verisimilitude to a bald and unconvincing narrative."The Romance of Words (4th ed.)|Ernest Weekley
“Pooh-Bah will do a better job than I could,” Fay assured him.
Word Origin for Pooh-Bah
"leader who maintains excessive bureaucratic control," 1888, from Pooh-Bah, the name of the "Lord High Everything Else" character in Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" (1885).