- adj. feeling pleasurable satisfaction over something by which you measures your self-worth
“We are proud of the accomplishments of NAAR and grateful to the families and volunteers who created it.”
“The old time-and-motion man Frederick Winslow Taylor would be proud of Marissa.”
“From its gold-kissed and sandy deserts to the lapping shores of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, boxy and proud, may well be the most splendiferous state in the union…Founded on a dream, cultivated by a promise, Utah faces the twenty-first century strong in its faith, proud of its heritage, excited for its limitless future.”
“After all, they were proud of their little ship, the Daedalus-class vessel being one of three the Corps of Engineers had retrieved from the salvage depot at Qualor II.”
““Dan, I just want to say how proud of you I am,” Mickey McPhee III began.”
“As always, Bellagio sparkled in the last sunlight, as if it were proud of itself, set apart there on the triangular spit of land that separated Comos two spindly legs.”
“You must be proud of yourself when you____________.”
“But he was proud of me when she told him I had stolen Jim Wheelbanks's dime; Stewart too.”
“Emperor Augustus (29 B.C.A.D. 14) was so proud of getting back Romes lost standards from the Parthians (that is, Iranians) that he had coins issued to commemorate the featand he acquired them through negotiation, not battle.”
“The Maryland Humanities Council is so proud of our state winners," said Executive Director”
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