Definition of Pomatum. Meaning of Pomatum. Synonyms of Pomatum

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Definition of Pomatum

Pomatum
Pomatum Po*ma"tum, n. [See Pomade.] A perfumed unguent or composition, chiefly used in dressing the hair; pomade. --Wiseman.
Pomatum
Pomatum Po*ma"tum, v. t. To dress with pomatum.

Meaning of Pomatum from wikipedia

- Pomade (/pɒˈmeɪd/; French pommade) is a greasy, waxy, or a water-based substance that is used to style hair. Pomade generally gives the user's hair a shiny...
- and around the cushion. "At that time [1780] everybody wore powder and pomatum; a large triangular thing called a cushion, to which the hair was frizzed...
- addition, pomatum and false hair was used to give more height to the hair. Pomatum was paste that women used to stiffen their hair. Pomatum was also used...
- for the Handkerchief, Scented Powders, Odorous Vinegars, Dentifrices, Pomatums, Cosmetics, Perfumed Soap, Etc., to which is Added an Appendix on Preparing...
- Bella is scalped by the Indians, they will know her by her dreadful hair pomatum. After they meet up, Katy departs on a steamer to England with the Ashes...
- of the most simple and approved methods of preparing baths, essences, pomatums, powders, perfumes and sweet-scented waters. London: printed for J. Murray...
- as a fish, the two halves forming the bottom and top of the perfume or pomatum was removed by little wooden spoons, one shaped in the form of a cartouche...
- for the Handkerchief, Scented Powders, Odorous Vinegars, Dentifrices, Pomatums, Cosmetics, Perfumed Soap, Etc., to which is Added an Appendix on Preparing...
- several other things of Cost: The Table Miroir, one Glue Pot, One for Pomatum, and what not? Of Washes, Unguents, and Cosmeticks, A pair of Silver Candlesticks;...
- instead of their ears; who anointed themselves, not with bear's grease or pomatum, but with the blood of cows; who, instead of playing tunes upon them, wore...
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