in (one's) pomp

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in (one's) pomp

At the peak of one's or something's skill or physical ability; in one's or something's most successful or productive period. Primarily heard in UK. In its pomp, the company developed some of the most influential video games of all times. I used to be able to bench press over 250 pounds when I was in my pomp. When they were in their pomp, the team was almost untouchable on the pitch.
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in your pomp

in your period of greatest effectiveness; in your prime.
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It was a ceremony steeped in pomp, pageantry and centuries of British tradition, but Queen Elizabeth's coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts, including the first time a "Queen of Canada" was crowned.