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  • verb Present participle of pomp.

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Examples

  • Suddenly, away aft, I heard shouting, and then on the deck overhead, came the loud thudding of someone pomping with a capstan-bar.

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  • Then Arlington is so effective at pomping up this duche as a video expert that the duche actually shows up on TV and puntificates non-sense like a scared rat.

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  • Suddenly, away aft, I heard shouting, and then on the deck overhead, came the loud thudding of someone pomping with a capstan-bar.

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  • Oh and the pomping paper is also fire retardant unlike toilet paper, in case things get a little too hot up there.

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  • The pomping - elaborate structures made of tissue paper and chicken wire - that decorate the lawns of sorority row will be covered with tarps, while most of the art for the Paint the Town Red effort is shielded from the rain by awnings, said Mary Cypress Howell, executive director of the Student Government Association homecoming committee.

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  • Fraternities and sororities are not the only ones pomping and devoting time to the hectic week known as Homecoming.

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  • "We have been doing all of the pomping in the dining hall until it is time to piece it together."

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