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po·made

 (pō-mād′, -mäd′, pŏ-)
n.
A perfumed ointment, especially one used to groom the hair.
tr.v. po·mad·ed, po·mad·ing, po·mades
To anoint with pomade.

[French pommade, from Italian pomata, from pomo, apple, from Late Latin pōmum; see pome.]

pomade

(pəˈmɑːd; -ˈmeɪd)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a perfumed oil or ointment put on the hair, as to make it smooth and shiny
vb
(Hairdressing & Grooming) (tr) to put pomade on
Also called: pomatum
[C16: from French pommade, from Italian pomato (originally made partly from apples), from Latin pōmum apple]

po•made

(pɒˈmeɪd, -ˈmɑd, poʊ-)

n., v. -mad•ed, -mad•ing. n.
1. a scented ointment, esp. for dressing the hair.
v.t.
2. to dress with pomade; apply pomade to.
[1555–65; earlier pommade < French < Italian pomata (so called because apples were orig. an ingredient) =pom(a) apple (< Latin; see pome) + -ata -ade1]

pomade


Past participle: pomaded
Gerund: pomading

Imperative
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pomade
Present
I pomade
you pomade
he/she/it pomades
we pomade
you pomade
they pomade
Preterite
I pomaded
you pomaded
he/she/it pomaded
we pomaded
you pomaded
they pomaded
Present Continuous
I am pomading
you are pomading
he/she/it is pomading
we are pomading
you are pomading
they are pomading
Present Perfect
I have pomaded
you have pomaded
he/she/it has pomaded
we have pomaded
you have pomaded
they have pomaded
Past Continuous
I was pomading
you were pomading
he/she/it was pomading
we were pomading
you were pomading
they were pomading
Past Perfect
I had pomaded
you had pomaded
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we had pomaded
you had pomaded
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Future
I will pomade
you will pomade
he/she/it will pomade
we will pomade
you will pomade
they will pomade
Future Perfect
I will have pomaded
you will have pomaded
he/she/it will have pomaded
we will have pomaded
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Future Continuous
I will be pomading
you will be pomading
he/she/it will be pomading
we will be pomading
you will be pomading
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pomading
you have been pomading
he/she/it has been pomading
we have been pomading
you have been pomading
they have been pomading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pomading
you will have been pomading
he/she/it will have been pomading
we will have been pomading
you will have been pomading
they will have been pomading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pomading
you had been pomading
he/she/it had been pomading
we had been pomading
you had been pomading
they had been pomading
Conditional
I would pomade
you would pomade
he/she/it would pomade
we would pomade
you would pomade
they would pomade
Past Conditional
I would have pomaded
you would have pomaded
he/she/it would have pomaded
we would have pomaded
you would have pomaded
they would have pomaded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pomade - hairdressing consisting of a perfumed oil or ointment
brilliantine - a pomade to make the hair manageable and lustrous
hair grease, hair oil, hair tonic, hairdressing - a toiletry for the hair
Verb1.pomade - apply pomade to (hair)
neaten, groom - care for one's external appearance; "He is always well-groomed"
Translations

pomade

[pəˈmɑːd] Npomada f

pomade

nPomade f
vtmit Pomade einreiben

po·made

n. pomada, sustancia medicinal semisólida para uso externo.
References in classic literature ?
said Miss Ophelia to herself, proceeding to tumble over the drawer, where she found a nutmeg-grater and two or three nutmegs, a Methodist hymn-book, a couple of soiled Madras handkerchiefs, some yarn and knitting-work, a paper of tobacco and a pipe, a few crackers, one or two gilded china-saucers with some pomade in them, one or two thin old shoes, a piece of flannel carefully pinned up enclosing some small white onions, several damask table-napkins, some coarse crash towels, some twine and darning-needles, and several broken papers, from which sundry sweet herbs were sifting into the drawer.
said Miss Ophelia, holding up the saucer of pomade.
The church was bare and cold, and there was a smell all about one of pomade and starched clothes.
He was turned out of his nice cabin, and packed in with his belongings to share that of Lieutenant Kurt, whose luck it was to be junior, and the bird-headed officer, still swearing slightly, and carrying strops and aluminium boot-trees and weightless hair-brushes and hand-mirrors and pomade in his hands, resumed possession.
She only felt a soft hand taking hers firmly, and she touched with her lips a white forehead, over which was beautiful light-brown hair smelling of pomade.
I rose next morning with a feeling of hopeful exhilaration, in spite of the disappointments already experienced; but I found the dressing of Mary Ann was no light matter, as her abundant hair was to be smeared with pomade, plaited in three long tails, and tied with bows of ribbon: a task my unaccustomed fingers found great difficulty in performing.
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