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


We are prouder of our brothers and sisters than of ourselves; we delight to look at them.

Let him be prouder, dash it, and never send anything to the Salon!'

But we, your subjects, your servants, are in a prouder position still.

Yet prouder was I of this sober apparel than ever king of his ermine.

His antagonism to his father spurred him to a prouder carriage.

I 'm prouder with that old hat on my head than with the coronet; tell them that.

And now, prouder than any queen, she was attending the Lincoln School.

The Captain was firmer and prouder with life, he himself was empty as a shadow.

He was prouder of his Collection than of his coat-of-arms—nobody could say more than that.

Not even a Roman was prouder of his birth than a Jew was of his.