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  1. pride

    • IPA[prīd]

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    • n.
      a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired;a person or thing that arouses a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction
    • v.
      be especially proud of (a particular quality or skill)
    • noun: pride, plural noun: prides

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    • 1. be especially proud of (a particular quality or skill) she'd always prided herself on her ability to deal with a crisis
    • n.
      confidence, self-respect, and solidarity as expressed by gay people, associated with openness ... the perfect symbol of gay pride

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    • n.
      confidence, self-respect, and solidarity as expressed by gay people, associated with openness ... the perfect symbol of gay pride

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    • n.
      a European saxifrage with rosettes of fleshy leaves and stems of pink starlike flowers.

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    • n.
      a European saxifrage with rosettes of fleshy leaves and stems of pink starlike flowers.

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    • n.
      any of a number of Asian trees which are cultivated as ornamentals.

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    • ph.
      the most prominent position among a group of things

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    • ph.
      the most prominent or important position among a group of things

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    • ph.
      the exclusion or arrest of about 140 members of parliament likely to vote against a trial of ...

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    • n.
      a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the ... the team was bursting with pride after recording a sensational victory the faces of the children's parents glowed with pride
    • v.
      be especially proud of (a particular quality or skill): he prided himself on his honesty

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