What is another word for pompom?

Pronunciation: [pˈɒmpəm] (IPA)

Pompom is a decorative ball made of fabric or wool, often used to embellish clothing or accessories. There are several synonyms for the word pompom, including tassel, bobble, pom, pompon, and trim. Tassel refers to a hanging ornament made of threads or yarns. Bobble is a small round object used for decoration, while pom or pompon describes a fluffy ball or cluster of strands. Trim refers to any decorative item used to embellish clothing or other items. All these words can be used interchangeably with pompom, depending on the context and purpose of their use.

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What are the hypernyms for Pompom?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Pompom

Like the horned cattle, he can tell by the smell of it in the air the near presence of water, and where, glaring in the sun, you can see only a bare kopje, he distinguishes the muzzle of a pompom, the crown of a Boer sombrero, the levelled barrel of a Mauser.
"Real Soldiers of Fortune"
Richard Harding Davis
"They are very amusing," said the marchioness, sharing the hilarity of her husband, and looking at Rose-pompom through her glass; then she resumed, in about a minute, addressing herself to Adrienne: "I am quite certain of one thing.
"The Wandering Jew, Book VIII."
Eugene Sue
One of the columns had sent out 300 men and a pompom in pursuit of Hertzog's fugitives, and the force had just returned with quite a haul of prisoners.
"On the Heels of De Wet"
The Intelligence Officer

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