use pompadour in a sentence.
That a girl barely fourteen should have decided views on the subject of dress, and insist upon wearing what she called a pompadour and having her belts extremely pointed in front, was surprising to Aunt
On second look, what I thought was a huge pompadour is in fact just his cap.
Search hairstyle hair piled high swooped back and discover that this is called a "pompadour."
The origins of the name pompadour are as difficult to pin down as the color.
The dark closely cropped hair, worn in the so-called pompadour or military style, the pale, saturnine features, the manner and general bearing all loudly proclaimed his Gallic nationality.