Cash teased his hair into a pompadour, swiveled his hips, amped up his drawl, and belted out a tune worthy of a quarter million.
Yes; for my jailers might miss it to-morrow morning, and you do not want light for your conversation with pompadour.
She was just in front of us, the woman in the pinky-yellow feather and the pompadour.
And that little woman in the pompadour costume smokes through her nose, does she?
It would be difficult to say which prated most, he or pompadour.
Brigaud turned round, and, under the disguise, thought he recognized pompadour.
France, urged by pompadour and the enthusiasms, was first in the field.
In appearance, she suggested certain designs of Boucher; in colouring and in manner, the pompadour.
Madame has yawned twice, daintily, behind her pompadour fan.
It would be interesting to know what the pompadour or Queen Elizabeth would have done under the circumstances, wouldn't it?
1887 as a men's hairstyle; 1899 as a woman's style with the hair swept up over the forehead, in recognition of Jeanne-Antionette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (1721-1764), mistress of Louis XV from 1745-50, who wore her hair in an upswept style. Used in her lifetime in reference to various fashions, accessories, colors, furniture, etc. The estate of Pompadour is in the Limousin region.