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pomp
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
ceremonial elegance and splendor

or:

(archaic) a pretentious or vain display
  • In June she married Tom Buchanan of Chicago, with more pomp and circumstance than Louisville ever knew before.
    p. 75.9
pomp = ceremonial elegance and splendor
There are no more uses of "pomp" in The Great Gatsby.

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