Make the best of it, Monsieur Emile, for the sake of my amour propre.
He did not desire the blood of the gentleman; he wanted his pride and amour propre.
The amour propre suffers a distinct pain in this acknowledgment.
Few guessed the cruelties to which he could sink when his amour propre was wounded.
He could see nothing but amour propre in the agitation at Paris.
It induced or permitted him to save his amour propre by a fresh falsehood.
Here was little of the amour propre of Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Having made the selection he played upon the amour propre of his puppets.
That visit to England had left a big bruise on his amour propre.
To be admired by her whom all his acquaintance admired, gratified his amour propre.