Pomp synonyms

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Nobility or greatness of character.
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An official gathering to celebrate, commemorate, or otherwise mark some event.
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Richness and splendor, as of furnishings, color, dress, etc.; stately or imposing beauty
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Behavior characterized by such mannerisms or habits; artificiality:
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Great fame; glory.
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A highly praiseworthy asset:
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Showy display, as of wealth or knowledge; pretentiousness
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An established system of rites or formal actions connected with an occasion, as in religion; ritual
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A ceremonial procession, especially for a wedding or funeral or following a king.
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A demonstration or manifestation:
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Fanfare is defined as a loud and flashy display, or a short and dramatic trumpet flourish.
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Money paid for a transport ticket.
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A blank document or template to be filled in by the user.
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A shiny, decorative adornment, sometimes sprinkled on glue to make simple artwork.
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A usually pompous or ostentatious display or sequence:
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Ostentatious or pompous display
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Pride is the state of holding one's self or another in high esteem.
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The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship or by an organization:
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A display; a manifestation:
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The definition of a spectacle is something amazing, interesting or exciting to see that attracts attention.
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(Computing) The values of all parameters at some point in a computation.
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A structural element used to brace or strengthen a framework by resisting stress or compression.
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Lack of sense; foolishness
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(Of an edge) bluntness.
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(Uncountable) The condition of being plain (in all senses)
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An orderly series, arrangement or sequence.
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A splendid display of something.
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Great brilliance, as of performance or achievement.
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Gaudy, or ostentatious, appearance, clothes, etc.; finery
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