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- adv. In a proud manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a proud manner; with lofty airs or mien; haughtily; arrogantly; boastfully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a proud manner; with inordinate self-esteem; haughtily; ostentatiously; with lofty mien or airs; with vigor or mettle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with pride; in a proud manner
President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are in fact liberal tax-and-spenders who wear the label proudly?
Second, to imply that the Boogie Man is a conservative poster is unfair to all of us who wear the label proudly, respctfully, and honorably.
• Liberal: Joe Hoeffel wears the label proudly, even in Pennsylvania.
Joe Hoeffel wears the label proudly, even in Pennsylvania.
Joe Hoeffel wears the label proudly, even in Pennsylvania. by Isaiah Thompson
Treyvon, who wore the title proudly last week, once did so many things right in a single day that he collected
Talk of “spreading the wealth”, his VP used the same term proudly as Gov. of Alaksa.
View It » all sorts of scenarios can be painted to explain why someone is impoverished some will take your vile cynical point of view ... others will see someone who needs help truly repugnant ... wear your title proudly ... you deserve it
If the label proudly boasts that the wine won a médaille d’argent in 1996, I am just confused.
If the label proudly boasts that the wine won a mÃ©daille d’argent in 1996, I am just confused.
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