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pride

  

      n  
1    a feeling of honour and self-respect; a sense of personal worth  
2    excessive self-esteem; conceit  
3    a source of pride  
4    satisfaction or pleasure taken in one's own or another's success, achievements, etc. (esp. in the phrase take (a) pride in)  
5    the better or most superior part of something; flower  
6    the most flourishing time  
7    a group (of lions)  
8    the mettle of a horse; courage; spirit  
9    Archaic   sexual desire, esp. in a female animal  
10    Archaic   display, pomp, or splendour  
11    pride of place   the most important position  
      vb  
12    tr; foll by: on or upon   to take pride in (oneself) for  
13    intr   to glory or revel (in)  
     (Old English pryda; related to Latin prodesse to be useful, Old Norse pruthr stately; see proud)  
  prideful      adj  
  pridefully      adv  


London pride  
      n   a saxifragaceous plant, a hybrid between Saxifraga spathularis and S. umbrosa, having a basal rosette of leaves and pinkish-white flowers  
Pride  
      n   Thomas. died 1658, English soldier on the Parliamentary side during the Civil War. He expelled members of the Long Parliament hostile to the army (Pride's Purge, 1648) and signed Charles I's death warrant  
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Pride  
      n   Thomas. died 1658, English soldier on the Parliamentary side during the Civil War. He expelled members of the Long Parliament hostile to the army (Pride's Purge, 1648) and signed Charles I's death warrant  


London pride  
      n   a saxifragaceous plant, a hybrid between Saxifraga spathularis and S. umbrosa, having a basal rosette of leaves and pinkish-white flowers  
pride  
      n  
1    a feeling of honour and self-respect; a sense of personal worth  
2    excessive self-esteem; conceit  
3    a source of pride  
4    satisfaction or pleasure taken in one's own or another's success, achievements, etc. (esp. in the phrase take (a) pride in)  
5    the better or most superior part of something; flower  
6    the most flourishing time  
7    a group (of lions)  
8    the mettle of a horse; courage; spirit  
9    Archaic   sexual desire, esp. in a female animal  
10    Archaic   display, pomp, or splendour  
11    pride of place   the most important position  
      vb  
12    tr; foll by: on or upon   to take pride in (oneself) for  
13    intr   to glory or revel (in)  
     (Old English pryda; related to Latin prodesse to be useful, Old Norse pruthr stately; see proud)  
  prideful      adj  
  pridefully      adv  

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pride

  

      n  
1    amour-propre, dignity, honour, self-esteem, self-respect, self-worth  
2    arrogance, bigheadedness     (informal)   conceit, egotism, haughtiness, hauteur, hubris, loftiness, morgue, presumption, pretension, pretentiousness, self-importance, self-love, smugness, snobbery, superciliousness, vainglory, vanity  
3    boast, gem, jewel, pride and joy, prize, treasure  
4    delight, gratification, joy, pleasure, satisfaction  
5    best, choice, cream, elite, flower, glory, pick  
      vb  
6    be proud of, boast, brag, congratulate oneself, crow, exult, flatter oneself, glory in, pique, plume, preen, revel in, take pride, vaunt  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    humility, meekness, modesty  

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pride comes before fall id.
def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are

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