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You could see the pride in their faces when they talked about their daughter's acting career.
All the craftsmen take great pride in their work.
She can certainly look back on her performance with pride.
It gave her a sense of pride to carry the flag.
It hurts his pride that his wife has a job and he doesn't.
Their win has restored national pride.
This is the British English definition of pride. View American English definition of pride.
a curved area at one end of a church
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