in (one's) pomp

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in (one's) pomp

At the peak of one's skill or physical ability; in one'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 twice as much 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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Some of the shots he plays - such as smashing it over extra cover when the ball is outside leg stump or dumping it into the stands over the bowler's head - are like Viv Richards in his pomp.
I hope that the crowds flock to his match to see a master of his art at work, perhaps not in his pomp, but still able to show his range of shots supported by one of the best, coolest temperaments in sport.
The card drew a 20,000 crowd, the first full house at the track since the days when Desert Orchid was in his pomp.