Thesaurus / proudest


This was also his proudest hour, since he had accomplished his purpose.

The proudest philosopher, speculating on the origin of the universe, is convicted of ignorance.

Your whispers in my favour might have been a source of danger, but now your openly expressed acclamations are my proudest boast.

The Letters of CassiodorusCassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)

That was the proudest day of Montague's life, and one of the proudest days in the history of the English Parliament.

Ladies sunk upon their knees around the bed where the proudest monarch of France was painfully gasping in the agonies of death.

It was the proudest monument of victory in all the history of Persia.

I am very proud to respond to this toast, as it recalls the proudest day of my life.

Mark Twain's SpeechesMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

It never could have been so to Scott, who was in the main one of the simplest as well as the boldest and proudest of men.

Sir Walter ScottRichard H. Hutton

In his way he was as proud as the proudest Spaniard of them all.

Romantic SpainJohn Augustus O'Shea

Your readers shall be the bravest, noblest, proudest soldiers who ever served an earthly race.

War's Brighter SideJulian Ralph.


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