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- adjective Exceedingly or unduly proud.
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- adjective Excessively
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- adjective excessively proud
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Inger drove on, feeling all set up and pleased with herself, and, coming into the village, she may have been a tripe overproud in her bearing.
One lady commenced to praise his works for God's cause: 'Tongue! tongue! lady,' he broke in; 'flesh of itself is overproud, and needs no means to esteem itself.'
We are proud, sometimes overproud, of the natural resources of our country; sometimes perhaps we over-estimate the great resources of this Province and of the Western Provinces.
At the prison door, while fetters were being fastened on his legs he smilingly said, "I fear me I shall be overproud of my boots."
Set them up! not to be overproud of a Douglas in their house, and a beauty like Jeanie.
Altogether I am not overproud of my soldiering performances; still, as I did no worse than Frederick the Great of
Perhaps they were overproud and reserved, for they held themselves aloof from those about them.
And if he was a bit overproud -- it was only because those about him were overproud and foolish.
Hardly had a century and a half elapsed before the sturdy colonists, who did not claim freedom but determined to keep it, formally revolted and fought their way to absolute independence -- not, by the by, a feat whereof to be overproud when a whole country rose unanimously against a handful of troops.
But won't you walk in, sir, and perhaps you will condescend to sit down in our room, it is the only place that has a fire in it; and my wife will be overproud to set her eyes on you again.