Thesaurus / pride

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Therefore, cancellation of the Pride events due to the pandemic has created a difficult and unique challenge, while providing unconventional opportunities and new possibilities.

Time for a new chapter of Capital PrideCapital Pride AllianceOctober 1, 2020Washington Blade

She took great pride in her Jewish heritage but broke with most traditional Jewish practices.

Police officers regularly argue — not always as a point of pride — that they’re held to a higher standard than the general public.

I have started one or two small new businesses, but this is my pride and joy and passion, because I know that doing this saves lives, babies’ lives, children’s lives.

She had more than 15 years’ experience in law enforcement and took pride in interviewing children who had been put in terrible situations, she said.

Can I undertake anything of consequence till I have crushed the pride of such a people?

Anne of GeiersteinWalter Scott

And in the book it said, "It can be maintained that the evil of pride consists in being out of proportion to the universe."

Tremendous TriflesG. K. Chesterton

The personal pride of the owner, curbed in its turn by the pride of tradition and family, spoke strangely from these words.

Lady Rose's DaughterMrs. Humphry Ward

Pride in what has been done, in what may be done, in the ability to reach the very highest point that may be reached.

The pride of the general had been deeply wounded by the rebuke he had received on the field of battle.

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