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properly valuing oneself, one's honor, or one's dignity

marked by extraordinary elegance, beauty, and splendor

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feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth

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having or displaying great dignity or nobility

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I couldn't be any prouder of that dressing room tonight.
New Delhi [India], Dec 13 ( ANI ): No batsman has ever registered two double-tons in one-day internationals (ODIs), but Indian opener Rohit Sharma now has three and this could not make his mother prouder.
However, having witnessed the conduct of other political parties this past week I have to to say; could not be prouder of the Pakistan Peoples Party.
In terms of quality you can argue over who is the best, but in terms of pride in putting on the red shirt, there was nobody who was prouder.
Emily Henman, of HD1 Dance, said: "This is an absolutely marvellous achievement for all the girls and one boy and both teachers and parents couldn't have been prouder.
Suzanne Silcock, who runs the business with husband Tim, said: "We're really proud to be in possession of some of the world's rarest chillis, and even prouder that they are being grown here on Anglesey.
It is the currently the longest undefeated sequence by any side in British football this term and the manager could not be prouder.
Mr Foley's mother Diane released a statement saying: "We have never been prouder of our son Jim.
Blaine, whose career has mostly been in commercials, was surprised because "all of the previous winners have had prestigious careers in television," but he couldn't be prouder.
On a final question of identity, far more Scots (63%) said they would be prouder to introduce themselves to someone from overseas as being Scottish, with only 19% prouder to call themselves British and 18% saying it would make no difference.
Before his first child was born, Egyptian singer and actor, Khaled Salim, was reportedly a little nervous about becoming a dad but since her birth last month, he couldn't be prouder.
It was a very proud summer for our country with the success of the Olympics but it was an even prouder one for our school.
In the Midlands 70 per cent of the population felt prouder because of Team GB's efforts.
YOU won't find a prouder man in England today when I visit Buckingham Palace to be presented with the OBE by The Queen.
Luis Ubinas, president of the Ford Foundation of Ford Motor Company stated, As the Ford Foundation prepares to mark 50 years of working for democracy and social justice across Eastern Africa, we couldn t be prouder to appoint Maurice Makoloo to lead our next generation of work in this vital and vibrant region.