self-pride

[ self-prahyd, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-pride

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He could not help it—the last spark of his self-pride was fighting for its life.

But immediately a new, manly feeling of self-pride took possession of him.

I have learnt that a measure of self-pride, of complacency, is essential to every human being.

He had been so sure of himself (but self-pride had ever been his besetting sin).

Once I was eager and confident, filled with enthusiasm and self-pride.

Bessie thinks that for a minister he's full of sin and self-pride.

Self-pride urged that his experience in the wars was his real recommendation for what must prove a perilous and delicate work.

His reserve—born of self-pride, consciousness of force—limited ambitions, and self-reliance, they call a diplomatic gift.

Self-pride suffered in the revelation, but she told herself boldly that she was not to blame.

To the heart came well-nigh relinquished memories of self-pride and future hope.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SELF-PRIDE

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