Godolphin Horne was Nobly Born; / He held the human race in scorn, / And lived with all his sisters where / His father lived, in Berkeley Square. / And oh! The lad was deathly proud! / He never shook your hand or bowed, / But merely smirked and nodded thus: / How perfectly ridiculous! / Alas! That such Affected Tricks / Should flourish in a child of six!.
Happy, usually used with a sense of honor, as in "I'm so proud to have you in our town." But occasionally just plain happy as in "I'm proud to see gas prices down." This is a widespread colloquial usage in the South
If you feel proud, you feel pleased about something good that you possess or have done, or about something good that a person close to you has done. I felt proud of his efforts They are proud that she is doing well at school I am proud to be a Canadian Derek is now the proud father of a bouncing baby girl. ashamed + proudly proud·ly `That's the first part finished,' he said proudly
having or displaying great dignity or nobility; "a gallant pageant"; "lofty ships"; "majestic cities"; "proud alpine peaks"
Your proudest moments or achievements are the ones that you are most proud of. This must have been one of the proudest moments of his busy and hard working life
disapproval Someone who is proud feels that they are better or more important than other people. She was said to be proud and arrogant. = arrogant humble
Giving reason or occasion for pride or self-gratulation; worthy of admiration; grand; splendid; magnificent; admirable; ostentatious
feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride; "proud parents"; "proud of his accomplishments"; "a proud moment"; "proud to serve his country"; "a proud name"; "proud princes"
Denoting an old man who marries a young woman, implying the only erection he could muster would be prompted by the bladder.2003, Mark Steven Morton, The Lover's Tongue: A Merry Romp Through the Language of Love and Sex
[ praud ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From Middle English proud (“proud”), from Late Old English prūd (“arrogant, haughty”). Cognate with Old Norse prūðr (Icelandic prúður, Middle Swedish prudh, Danish prud, “stately, handsome, fine”), of uncertain origin. Possibly from Vulgar Latin, from Old French prud (French preux, “brave, gallant”), from Late Latin *prōdis, related to Latin prōdesse (“to be of value”).
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