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feeling pleasurable satisfaction over something by which you measures your self-worth


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He was proud of his conquest, proud of tricking Edward, and very proud of marrying privately without his mother's consent.
He speaks of you as a sad young dog, but for all that is secretly proud of your skill at the bow and of the way you are pestering the Sheriff, whom he likes not.
They are notorious thieves, also, and proud of their dexterity.
That's how you go out of a tournament #RWC2015 #iamwales" Hayden Brown "So very proud of every squad member.
So proud of him Toni Mcewan Dogs that do that need getting rid of,A dog that bites people for no reason is no good.
Amanda Hamilyon Cheesman: "Good lad, your parents will be proud of what you did today.
Washington, Jan 23 ( ANI ): Arnold Schwarzenegger has confessed that he isn't proud of the things he did that resulted in the breakdown of his 25-year marriage with Maria Shriver, including fathering a child with his family's long-time housekeeper.
ISLAMABAD -- A mere number of Pakistanis say they are proud of Pakistan as it has an atomic bomb, a survey report said on Thursday.
EmTattum @Wrexham_FC you should be proud of yourselves.
50% feel proud of bagging a bargain when it comes to shopping
Shahnaz Uddin, Middlesbrough: "Congratulations on winning a gold medal, you must be very proud of your achievement and I am very proud that you are from our region.
Enjoy and GOOD LUCK Stephen Rees * Good luck for Saturday boys - Wales is proud of you.
Maybe this is a bit schmaltzy but I actually felt proud of McIlroy.
I fully support the Irish and Proud Campaign and encourage everyone to TICK THE BOX and be proud of your Irishness (or whatever your heritage).
Adam's mother, Kelly Ann Johnson, said she is proud of her son for knowing what to do and doing it while she was at work.