pride


pride
01. The little girl smiled with [pride] when her grandmother complimented her on the skirt she had made in sewing class.
02. Felix walked [proudly] up to the stage to receive his award.
03. You are now the [proud] father of a beautiful little girl.
04. One of the [proudest] moments in her life was the day she saw her son graduate from medical school.
05. Barney is too [proud] to ask people for help, but I know he is having trouble making ends meet.
06. I didn't really hurt myself when I fell off my bicycle. The only thing I hurt was my [pride].
07. The [proud] mother showed off her new baby girl to her family and friends.
08. There is a Hebrew proverb which states that [pride] is the mask we make of our faults.
09. There is a Mexican proverb which states that hunger brings people down, but [pride] can help them get up.
10. Nietzsche once said that one should die [proudly] when it is no longer possible to live [proudly].
11. Actress Lauren Bacall once said, "I think your whole life shows in your face, and you should be [proud] of that."
12. There is a French proverb which observes that he who is too [proud] to ask is too good to receive.
13. There is a Russian proverb which observes that the blind cannot see, and the [proud] will not.
14. Venice in the seventeenth century [prided] itself on being above the quarrels of its neighbors.

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