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See definition of proudest on Dictionary.com
  • adj.pleased, pleasing
  • adj.arrogant, self-important

synonyms for proudest

  • appreciative
  • glad
  • great
  • honored
  • illustrious
  • noble
  • satisfied
  • august
  • content
  • contented
  • dignified
  • eminent
  • fiery
  • fine
  • glorious
  • gorgeous
  • grand
  • gratified
  • gratifying
  • great-hearted
  • imposing
  • impressive
  • magnificent
  • majestic
  • memorable
  • red-letter
  • rewarding
  • satisfying
  • self-respecting
  • spirited
  • splendid
  • stately
  • sublime
  • superb
  • valiant
  • vigorous
  • well-pleased
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antonyms for proudest

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  • ignorant
  • infamous
  • lowly
  • undignified
  • unimportant
  • unknown
  • humble
  • meek
  • modest
  • sad
  • sorry
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How to use proudest in a sentence

Jean grinned and dribbled self-consciously, and showed his two little teeth to the proudest father in the world.
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Her mind is guiding the surging billows of the Revolution, and influencing the decisions of the proudest thrones of Europe.
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Yet the proudest of nations could not bear to part even with the name and the shadow of a supremacy which was no more.
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It has waved on consecrated banners, and been quartered on the arms of earths proudest monarchs.
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The proudest philosopher, speculating on the origin of the universe, is convicted of ignorance.
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Some of the proudest trophies of genius have been won by infidels, or by men stigmatized as such.
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Crowning the city rose the citadel, high above the proudest domes with its sheer brown rock.
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During this period there was little to choose between the fare of the proudest patrician and the humblest client.
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"You are the proudest pauper I ever saw, yet your very scorn makes you seem more desirable in my eyes," he exclaimed.
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