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prouder

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More Nigerians are prouder of Wole Soyinka than have read his large body of work—plays, essays, poems, fiction.

Never have I been prouder to be a member of any community, academic or otherwise.

“Nothing would make us prouder than to have more Tonys than any other show on Broadway,” the producers mockingly said.

That's why I'm speaking at the Log Cabin convention and couldn't be prouder to be doing so.

Those with eyes to see that John McCain will understand me when I write, I am prouder of him today than I have ever been.

A few days later she was prouder still when they scampered this way and that, pecking at little bugs and ants.

In the sixteenth century Englishmen became prouder than ever of belonging to the English "nation."

Him an' Uncle Ike won't hitch worth a cent an' he'll be huntin' prouder folks.

I'll be a prouder and a happier girl when they do know, all of them, than I've ever been in my whole life.

And studying them I was prouder than ever of the land that bore them and sundry millions of others like unto them.

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On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prouder, such as: noble, great, honored, illustrious, satisfied, and appreciative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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