The matter might have ended here had not the same lad stroked my hair to see how Berlin pomade smelt.
There was an odour of pomade and vanilla that made me feel sick.
And without having every single one of her golden ringlets dressed with this pomade scented with violets and almonds!
But this old hag who makes the pomade—do you know her address?
That saddest of all changes she repaired by hand-massage, pomade, and belladonna.
This process is repeated with fresh oil or pomade until the spirit is rendered sufficiently fragrant.
In itch and some other cutaneous eruptions; but chiefly as a pomade for the hair.
Taking some of the pomade on his forefinger, he smeared it around his left eye.
One could also purchase at the office in question small bottles of essence, flasks of perfumed vinegar, blacking, and pomade.
So I cut my hair, and washed the pomade out of it, and broke away.
1560s, from Middle French pommade "an ointment" (16c.), from Italian pomata, from pomo "apple," from Latin pomum "fruit; apple" (see Pomona). So called because the original ointment recipe contained mashed apples.