Pomped vs. Pumped: What's the Difference?
Pomped and Pumped Definitions
Simple past tense and past participle of pomp
Emotionally excited; enthusiastic or eager. Often used with up
Football players who were pumped up about the championship game.
Simple past tense and past participle of pump
(slang) Pumped up; excited.
I'm feeling pumped for the game on Friday.
Pumped up; having muscles in an engorged state following exercise.
(not comparable) Wearing pumps the type of shoe.
(climbing) Very tired, especially when too fatigued to grip handholds well.
I was so pumped by the end of the climb that I could barely hold onto the jugs.
Tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline;
We were really pumped up for the race
He was so pumped he couldn't sleep