from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pride in oneself; self-esteem.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Pride in one's own character, abilities, or reputation; self-esteem.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a feeling of pride in yourself
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Even today, there are three self-pride rules I abide by: smell good, taste good, and look good.
Where once our greatest strength as a nation was our multicultural society enriched by a variety of viewpoints all aimed at finding different solutions to making a better country for our children, we now malign those that disagree with us and believe in self-pride over self-respect.
It was a world in which many well-educated men and women had come to see the Church of England as insufficiently countercultural in the face of materialism, agnosticism, and alternating moods of self-pride and despair, and who then saw in Rome a constancy and a consistency betokening a sure guide to the meaning of the
Harmful self-examination revolves around ones own success or defeat, stimulating attitudes of self-pride or self - pity.
Black dollars invested in the Black community also produced self-pride, self-sufficiency, and self-determination.
Like Black Tulsa, African Americans can continue to survive by self-pride, self-help, and self-determination.
Tapping the self-pride we feel in view of our innate good qualities, we try to imagine self-dignity filling the person with white light.
Well, I do not think it is so much stupidity as it is a disdain for intelligence coupled with a lack of integrity and self-pride.
As you say, you have luxuries with multi-POV, but maybe the challenge of a single thread might give you some awesome SPARTA self-pride.
If you didn't have any self-pride, it would be fun to walk past her with major b.o. and then give her something to fret about.