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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

A few days later she was prouder still when they scampered this way and that, pecking at little bugs and ants.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
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.
THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLSHAROLD BELL WRIGHT
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.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
And studying them I was prouder than ever of the land that bore them and sundry millions of others like unto them.
The storm which had made shipwreck of the fortunes of Ephraim Lovegrove had leveled with the earth prouder roof-trees than his.
But the Indians had no truer friend, and Kit Carson would wish no prouder epitaph than this.
THE LIFE OF KIT CARSONEDWARD S. ELLIS
Your present position, self-acquired and independent, is a far prouder one than any to be obtained by ministerial favor.
In this city, after her ten years' exile, Madame de Staël reigned in prouder state than at any previous period of her life.
I was prouder of this greeting than of all my growing associations with well-known literary figures.

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