use pompon in a sentence.
The English word "" pumpkin '' may derive from the French word pompon, which in turn may derive from the Greek pepon.
_ at the very bottom of the wall lay a little woollen pompon or tassel, just the kind of pompon that gives a finish to a pierrot's shoes.
I topped it off the look with a close-fitting black velvet cocktail hat that ended with a pompon of shiny blue-black cock feathers at my right temple.
In 1990, Lawrence Herkimer, inventor of a type of pompon, said, "If times get bad, a father would sell the boat before he would tell his daughter she can't have pompons and her cheerleader sweater."
I suppose a pompon may have hit him in the head, too.