cheap or pretentious or vain display
ceremonial elegance and splendor;
"entered with much eclat in a coach drawn by eight white horses"
- The king was crowned with great pomp.
- Give me health a day, and I will make the pomp of emperor ridiculous.
- He was buried with great pomp and solemnity.
- The princess got married with great pomp and circumstance.
- Fashion and pomp ruined more ample sums.
Next year was the fiftieth of her reign, and..the splendid anniversary was celebrated in solemn pomp.出自： L. Strachey
She has cast me As she pomped along the street Court-clad..A glance from her chariot-seat.出自： T. Hardy