Definition of Pompeying

1. pompey [v] - See also: pompey



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pompeying

pomp
pompador
pompadour
pompadoured
pompadouring
pompadours
pompano
pompanos
pompatic
pompatus
pompelmous
pompelmouses
pompelo
pompelos
pompeyed
pompeying (current term)
pompeys
pompholyx
pomphus
pompier
pompillion
pompion
pompions
pompire
pompoleon
pompoleons
pompom
pompoms
pompon
pompons

Literary usage of Pompeying

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1892)
"She did not believe in "pompeying" the children; so in the coldest winter weather Julia and her sisters went to school in their slippers and white cotton ..."

2. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1888)
"This is not an argument in favour of ' pompeying' boys. One would not give them beef-steak and apricot tart every day, which was Mr. Thackeray's idea of a ..."

3. In the Strange South Seas by Beatrice Ethel Grimshaw (1908)
"Mrs. Joe Gargery would certainly have liked Niue, for it is a place where there is none of the " pompeying " so obnoxious to her Spartan soul. ..."

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