Thursday, June 8, 2017
Freddie Jackson- Jam Tonight
noun: pride; plural noun: prides
a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired.
"the team was bursting with pride after recording a sensational victory"
synonyms: pleasure, joy, delight, gratification, fulfillment, satisfaction, a sense of achievement
"take pride in a good job well done"
the consciousness of one's own dignity.
"he swallowed his pride and asked for help"
synonyms: self-esteem, dignity, honor, self-respect, self-worth, self-regard, pride in oneself
"their triumphs were a source of pride"
the quality of having an excessively high opinion of oneself or one's importance.
"the sin of pride"
synonyms: arrogance, vanity, self-importance, hubris, conceit, conceitedness, self-love, self-adulation, self-admiration, narcissism, egotism, superciliousness, haughtiness, snobbery, snobbishness; More
"he refused her offer out of pride"
antonyms: modesty, humility
a person or thing that is the object or source of a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction.
"the swimming pool is the pride of the community"
synonyms: source of satisfaction, pride and joy, treasured possession, joy, delight
"the rose-covered trellis was the pride of the gardener"
the best state or condition of something; the prime.
"in the pride of youth"
synonyms: best, finest, top, cream, pick, choice, prize, glory, jewel in the crown
"the bull is the pride of the herd"
a group of lions forming a social unit.
verb: pride; 3rd person present: prides; past tense: prided; past participle: prided; gerund or present participle: priding
be especially proud of a particular quality or skill.
"she'd always prided herself on her ability to deal with a crisis"
synonyms: be proud of, be proud of oneself for, take pride in, take satisfaction in, congratulate oneself on, pat oneself on the back for
"Lucas prides himself on his knowledge of wine"