pompous (adjective) refers to the attitude displayed by someone who thinks they are very important. It is a form of vanity, self-aggrandizing pride and arrogance, and is shown by a pretentious and exaggerated display of 'dignity.'
e.g. "Although he is very rich, well-educated, related to the nobility, and lives in a massive mansion, he is not pompous at all."
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He was very pompous.
Pompous is an adjective.
A pompous queen entered the room. (pompous means fat I think)
You could say: "Jerry is a pompous fool." "Pompous" is an adjective, so it needs to modify a noun.
Sue came to school acting all POMPOUS...
Pompous or ego. Those words mean self importance.
Pompous is an adjective so it comes before a noun. The actual definition of pompous is as follows - "1. characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or importance: a pompous minor official. 2. ostentatiously lofty or high-flown" With this is mind, here is an example of using the word "pompous" in a sentence. 1. The man gave us a pompous speech about paying our taxes.
She or he does not know what the word Pompous means so she or he will look it up in the dictionary.
Jenkins, who squandered about the midst of the old tavern, was pompous in his own rights of the word.
It's just possible that the upcoming ball might be the pompous circumstance I was looking for.
It means pompous, big-headed,
"pompous; bombastic; haughty; pretentious"
Pompous or pretentious talk or writting
This is not a word. Perhaps you are thinking of "pompous" meaning full of self-importance and assumed dignity and being conspicuously self-important.
Arrogant, bombastic, pompous, conceited
That man speaking about how great things are in Texas may think he's important, but he just comes across as a pompous windbag.
That pompous fool will pay for insulting me!
It means the person you are speaking to is a pompous fool!
Edward Tulane was a very pompous rabbit.
EXAMPLE: "The man's pompous behavior was showing how confident he was of himself; the way he walked, talked, and even stood showed that he thought very highly of himself."
Grandiose, pompous, showy, flashy, vain, boastful, pretentious...
This word is very pompous and never used, as to who invented it, someone who had too much time on their hands
OwlÂ´ismn.1.Affected wisdom; pompous dullness.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This is another made-up word. It means boisterous, haughty and pompous, making a great fuss about.