1. feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride;
2. having or displaying great dignity or nobility;
She is as proud as a peacock.
We are proud of our motherland.
We are justly proud of our new achievement.
We feel proud of our great country.
He received his prize with a proud step.
We are proud for you to win the championship.
Joan was rich, beautiful and proud.
He was proud of having such a good friend.
She had been too proud to ask for help.
We are proud of our achievements.
My father was too proud to risk a rebuff, so he simply did not ask her.
He is too proud to take notice of others.
She is proud of her horsemanship.
She was too proud to show her grief in public.
as proud as a peacock
He is now the proud possessor of a driving licence.
The company is proud to be in the vanguard of scientific progress.
They are proud that she is doing well at school.
That's a beautiful piece of work. You should be proud of it.
He was justifiably proud of his achievements.
She is proud that both her children have a talent for music.
His father was quite naturally very proud of him.
He is inordinately proud of his wife's achievements.
Australians are justly proud of their native wildlife.
This country was once proud of its education system. Now it seems to be in ruins.
The hotel has indeed done them proud.
Ms Nova is the proud possessor of a truly incredible voice.
The interior is planned with a precision the military would be proud of.
do someone proud
(informal)act in a way that gives someone cause to feel pleased or satisfied
they did themselves proud in a game which sent the fans home happy.
haughty, proud, arrogant, vain
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