I couldn't help seeing, in my fancy, that poor old grandma with the broken heart, and that fair young creature lying butchered, his little silken pomps
and vanities laced with his golden blood.
At court, and in the castles of the great nobles, where the pomp
and state of a court was emulated, Norman-French was the only language employed; in courts of law, the pleadings and judgments were delivered in the same tongue.
And because my first inclination was to be entertained with scenes of pomp
and magnificence, I desired to see Alexander the Great at the head of his army, just after the battle of Arbela: which, upon a motion of the governor's finger, immediately appeared in a large field, under the window where we stood.
The Prince consented to this, and led his beautiful bride home, where the wedding was held with great pomp
Then the King proceeded amid great pomp
and rejoicing to the palace at London, and Robin, the new Earl of Huntingdon, brought his Countess thither, where she became one of the finest ladies of the Court.
He has been seated on a throne surrounded with minions and mistresses, giving audience to the envoys of foreign potentates, in all the supercilious pomp
A second hearse, decked with the same funereal pomp
, was brought to M.
Thence they marched to the Common with loaded muskets, fixed bayonets, and great pomp
He shares largely of his bounty, and of his pride and pomp
Day after day through a cold streak of heavens as bare and poor as the inside of a rifled safe a rayless and despoiled sun would slink shamefacedly, without pomp
or show, to hide in haste under the waters.
My Father seduced by the false glare of Fortune and the Deluding Pomp
of Title, insisted on my giving my hand to Lady Dorothea.
Rich reliquary Of lofty contemplation left to Time By buried centuries of pomp
The church and the mayor's office being near by, Luigi and Ginevra, followed by the four witnesses required by law, walked the distance, with a simplicity that deprived of all pomp
this greatest event in social life.
Above all, those are most subject to envy, which carry the greatness of their fortunes, in an insolent and proud manner; being never well, but while they are showing how great they are, either by outward pomp
, or by triumphing over all opposition or competition; whereas wise men will rather do sacrifice to envy, in suffering themselves sometimes of purpose to be crossed, and overborne in things that do not much concern them.
Everything was ready, and all the pomp
and brightness of the court was there.