pomp (n.) 1
pageant, ceremony, procession
KJ II.i.560 [King John to King Philip, of the marriage] Go we as well as haste will suffer us / To this unlooked-for, unprepared pomp
KJ III.i.304 [Blanche to Lewis the Dauphin] Shall braying trumpets and loud churlish drums ... be measures to our pomp?
KJ IV.ii.173 [King John to Bastard] adverse foreigners affright my towns / With dreadful pomp of stout invasion
KJ IV.ii.9 [Salisbury to King John] to be possessed with double pomp
MND I.i.15 [Theseus to Philostrate, of melancholy] The pale companion is not for our pomp