Definition of Pompadours

1. Noun. (plural of pompadour) ¹



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Definition of Pompadours

1. pompadour [n] - See also: pompadour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pompadours

pomological
pomologically
pomologies
pomologist
pomologists
pomology
pomona
pomos
pomp
pompador
pompadour
pompadoured
pompadouring
pompadours (current term)
pompano
pompanos
pompatic
pompatus
pompelmous
pompelmouses
pompelo
pompelos
pompeyed
pompeying
pompeys
pompholyx
pomphus
pompier

Literary usage of Pompadours

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1. Maids & Matrons of New France by Mary Sifton Pepper (1901)
"Ill THE TWO pompadours OR WOMEN IN THE DOWNFALL OF NEW FRANCE passing of New France from the geography of French possessions in the New World occurred ..."

2. Literary History of Russia by Aleksander Brückner, Ellis H. Minns (1908)
"Another understands by the decentralisation of Russia the freeing of the pompadours from law and trifles which only hinder them in carrying out " home ..."

3. Maids & Matrons of New France by Mary Sifton Pepper (1901)
"Ill THE TWO pompadours OR WOMEN IN THE DOWNFALL OF NEW FRANCE passing of New France from the geography of French possessions in the New World occurred ..."

4. Literary History of Russia by Aleksander Brückner, Ellis H. Minns (1908)
"Another understands by the decentralisation of Russia the freeing of the pompadours from law and trifles which only hinder them in carrying out " home ..."

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