use pomp in a sentence.
You go through all the pomp and circumstance like it actually mattered, even though the majority of the people running around know it doesn't.
I liked his 2012 inaguration (coronation) when Putin strolled through a sea of cheering supporters in full regal pomp to simply switch spots with Medvedev.
Unless you're apple, don't count on a big launch full of pomp and circumstance, because no one cares.
The Moon Landing / Space Race was all about the pomp and drama - it was a race.
From the little I do know about Linus, I think it's less pomp and more a mix of some ratio between his style of playful, tongue-in-cheek impishness and anger depending on what kind of day he's having.
My company, Pomp&Clout, does startup videos as well as commercial animation, music videos and interactive work.
The teams I work with that use Java end up being the slowest moving teams because they can't deploy even the simplest code changes without a lot of pomp and circumstance and inability to upgrade their servers without disrupting the whole fragile of chain version dependencies.
There's also a certain bluntness that is appreciate by some for its directness and lack of pomp but (mis)interpreted by others as rudeness or hating.
While I realize that this boldness and brashness can be jealously misconstrued as simple pomp...
I could be misglancing this at 1 am, but it looks like a bit of pomp to me.
What it boils down to is that Java likes invoking the names of design patterns with all sorts of pomp and ceremony (look, ma, it's an AbstractFactoryFactory!