Proud synonyms

proud

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Having or showing great pride in oneself and disdain, contempt, or scorn for others; proud; arrogant; supercilious
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Having self-respect, having pride or knowledge of one's own worth.
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Feeling satisfaction
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Having an excessively favorable opinion of one's abilities, appearance, etc.; vain and egotistical.
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Magnificent; gorgeous
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Of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.
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Cheerful; willing:
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The definition of supercilious is someone who feels or acts like they are better than everyone else.
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Highly pleased; elated.
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The definition of imperious is someone or something that is domineering and demanding, without any justification or right.
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Having or showing dignity or stateliness
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Insolent is defined as disrespectful or arrogant.
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The definition of self sufficient is having the ability and resources to take care of yourself without help.
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Noble; grand
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Seeming or trying to seem very important; pompous and showy
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The definition of smug is the showing of extreme satisfaction with oneself.
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Of transcending importance; overriding
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(Slang) Snobbish and aloof
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Properly valuing oneself, one's honor, or one's dignity
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The definition of elated is being extremely happy.
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Full of mettle; spirited; ardent, brave, etc.
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Lofty; sublime; noble:
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Very sharp; keen:
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Well executed.
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Having or showing an exaggerated opinion of one's own importance; pompous or officious
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Having a serious moral purpose; noble:
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Distant in sympathy, interest, etc.; reserved and cool
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Alternative spelling of stuck up.
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Not elaborate, ornate, or ostentatious:
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Showing courage or determination; heroic.
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Satisfied with oneself; especially too satisfied; smug; slightly arrogant.
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Not shy or humble; bold; forward
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Not depending on another or others, esp. for financial support
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(Obs.) Famous; illustrious
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High, tall, having great height or stature
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Having a creditable self-respect
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The definition of pompous is someone who has excessive self-esteem.
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In a state of satisfaction.
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The definition of presumptuous is taking things for granted or being overconfident.
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With excessive vanity or unwarranted pride.
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Showing patience and humility; gentle.
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The definition of disdainful is rejecting something with contempt or because it is beneath you.
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Having the property of being a snob; arrogant and pretentious; smugly superior or dismissive of perceived inferiors.
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Above average in quality; excellent
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Of or relating to a magistrate or a magistrate's official functions.
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The definition of boastful is being a braggart, or having an overinflated sense of pride.
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Reserved and cool; aloof
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(Idiomatic) Self-righteous; proceeding on the belief one is more correct or proper than others.
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Given to frivolity or silliness.
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Full of contempt; scornful; disdainful
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Viewing everything in relation to oneself; self-centered
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Having or characterized by majesty; very grand or dignified; lofty; stately
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Obsessed with one's own self image and ego.
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Arrogant; excessively proud
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Based on, having or manifesting principles.
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Impressive, as in size, power, or accomplishment:
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Having a creditable self-respect
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Not complacent or deferential; strongly self-assertive:
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(Archaic, literary) Rudely contemptuous; showing contumely; insolent or disdainful.
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Reliant upon one's self; trusting to one's own powers or judgment.
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Having a (specified) character, mood, or disposition
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Egotistic
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Displaying hubris (as a personality characteristic)
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(Archaic) Foolish.
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A flamboyant or impressive group:
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Having or showing a consciousness of one's defects or shortcomings; not overly proud; not self-assertive; modest
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Marked by arrogance; haughty and overbearing.
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Conferring or advancing glory:
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Exulting; triumphant; jubilant
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Capable of being impressed.
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Hollow and enlarged:
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The definition of resplendent is full of splendor or dazzling.
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Using power or authority without proper consideration for the feelings or rights of others.
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Not assuming, pretentious, or forward; modest; retiring
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High-sounding but with little meaning.
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Having or showing a moderate estimation of one's own abilities, accomplishments, or value:
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Ashamed is defined as a feeling of not wanting to do something because others may think less of you.
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Used in the House of Commons as a title of respect when speaking of another member.
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Satisfied; esp., self-satisfied, or smug
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Appearing sorrowful.
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Having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt for others.
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Superb; wonderful:
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Dazzlingly beautiful or magnificent:
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The definition of magnificent is something that is exceptional or amazing in appearance.
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Overly convinced of one's own superiority and importance
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Having a creditable self-respect
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Having a creditable self-respect
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Overly proud; egotistical.
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(Simile) Extremely proud.
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Having a creditable self-respect
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Swollen or distended beyond normal size by fluid or gaseous material.
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(Of a person) Regretful for an action; grieved or saddened, especially by the loss of something or someone.
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Synonym Study

  • Disdainful implies even stronger and more overt feelings of scorn for that which is regarded as beneath one
  • Supercilious stresses an aloof, scornful manner toward others a supercilious intellectual snob
  • Overbearing implies an oppressively or haughtily domineering manner an overbearing supervisor
  • Insolent , less commonly used now with this meaning, implies both haughtiness and contempt, esp. as manifested in behavior or speech that insults or affronts others she showed an insolent disregard for the servant's feelings
  • Haughty implies such consciousness of high station, rank, etc. as is displayed in scorn of those one considers beneath one a haughty dowager
  • Arrogant implies an aggressive, unwarranted assertion of superior importance or privileges the arrogant colonel
  • Proud is the broadest term in this comparison, ranging in implication from proper self-esteem or pride to an overweening opinion of one's importance too proud to beg, proud as a peacock
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