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Meanings and phrases
- a feeling of self-respect and personal worth; pridefulness
- satisfaction with your (or another's) achievements
- the trait of being spurred on by a dislike of falling below your standards
- a group of lions
- unreasonable and inordinate self-esteem (personified as one of the deadly sins); superbia
- be proud of; plume; congratulate
- East Indian tree with racemes of yellow-white flowers; cultivated as an ornamental; coralwood; coral-wood; red sandalwood; peacock flower fence; Adenanthera pavonina
- pride in your city; civic spirit
- It expresses the unknown author's sense of civic pride.
- Later the design was adopted by the town council as a symbol of civic pride.
- Winston-Salem's citizens and politicians suffered a blow to their civic pride because the merged company would be based in Charlotte.
- mat-forming plant with deep pink flowers on short erect leafy stems; rocky places at high elevations from Oregon to California; Penstemon newberryi
pride of Bolivia
- semi-evergreen South American tree with odd-pinnate leaves and golden yellow flowers cultivated as an ornamental; tipu; tipu tree; yellow jacaranda
pride of California
- shrubby California perennial having large pink or violet flowers; cultivated as an ornamental; Lathyrus splendens
- tropical shrub or small tree having showy yellow to orange-red flowers; sometimes placed in genus Poinciana; paradise flower; flamboyant tree; Caesalpinia pulcherrima; Poinciana pulcherrima
- feel proud of; take pride
- feel proud of; pride oneself
- The first - never anticipate; second - take pride in my profession.
- The locals people take pride in the way these festivals are celebrated.
- The locals people take pride in the way these festivals are celebrated with joy and happiness.
- The NCF also promotes "strong national pride in America".
- They are often a source of national pride.
- In Russia, the Kalashnikov is a tremendous source of national pride.
- There is no such thing as gay pride or anything like that.
- Copenhagen Pride is a gay pride festival taking place every year in August.
- Police dubbed the killer the "Rainbow Maniac", a reference to the gay pride flag.
- Like last year, the pride parade took place without any violent incidents.
- In 1993, she was the grand marshal of the first pride parade in Queens, New York.
- The Romanian Orthodox Church issued a statement against the pride parade on 7 June.
- It is a matter of great pride to the inhabitants.
- “And I take great pride in that kind of work.
- He took great pride in helping assistant coaches advance their careers.
- Italy takes pride in their football stadiums and have some of the most well-known in the world.
- The Mouldheel Clan practices blood and bone magic and takes pride in its members' scrying skills.
- The museum's founder, Rebecca Alban Hoffberger, takes pride in the fact that AVAM is "pretty un-museumy".
- Her story became a source of pride to her descendants.
- Wilson later spoke of the incident as a source of pride: "I believe ...
- Her political career has been a source of pride in Israel's Georgian community.
- He took pride in the concept of designing for the future.
- Regardless, these were all points that Milton later took pride in.
- Later in life she took pride in being descended from a long line of British ancestors.
- The artist explained to "i-D magazine" that "there's a sense of pride in how people display themselves.
- As he experiences his first success, Odo tries to resist bonding with Mora, who, when he taught Odo, experienced the same sense of pride Odo now feels.
- He tried appealing to an individual's sense of pride, gave better blankets and clothing to the "most deserving", and motivated his slaves with cash rewards.