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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Babylonian, Corinthian, arrogant, assured, august, awe-inspiring, awful, barbaric, big, bloated, boastful, braggart, cavalier, cocksure, cocky, complacent, conceited, condescending, confident, contemptuous, convinced, creditable, decided, deluxe, determined, dignified, disdainful, dismissive, distinguished, domineering, egotistical, elaborate, elegant, eminent, erect, estimable, extravagant, fancy, fine, glorious, gorgeous, grand, grandiose, gratified, great, haughty, high and mighty, high-and-mighty, high-faluting, high-flown, high-handed, high-headed, high-nosed, hoity-toity, honorable, honored, house-proud, hubristic, huffy, illustrious, imperious, important, imposing, impressive, independent, insolent, lofty, lordly, luxurious, magnificent, majestic, masterful, narcissistic, noble, notable, noted, noteworthy, ostentatious, overbearing, overconfident, oversure, overweening, palatial, patronizing, persuaded, pleased with, plush, poised, pompous, posh, positive, pretentious, prideful, princely, prominent, proud as Lucifer, proud-blooded, proud-looking, proud-minded, proud-spirited, proudful, proudhearted, purse-proud, reassured, reputable, respected, resplendent, ritzy, secure, self-assured, self-conceited, self-confident, self-esteeming, self-important, self-reliant, self-respecting, self-satisfied, self-sufficient, smug, snobbish, snooty, snotty, splendacious, splendid, splendiferous, splendorous, stately, stiff-necked, stuck-up, stuffy, sublime, sumptuous, superb, supercilious, superfancy, superfine, superior, sure, swank, swanky, swell, toplofty, unafraid, undoubting, unfaltering, unhesitating, unwavering, uppish, uppity, upstage, vain, vainglorious, worthy
Dictionary Results for proud:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    adj 1: feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which
           you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride;
           "proud parents"; "proud of his accomplishments"; "a proud
           moment"; "proud to serve his country"; "a proud name";
           "proud princes" [ant: humble]
    2: having or displaying great dignity or nobility; "a gallant
       pageant"; "lofty ships"; "majestic cities"; "proud alpine
       peaks" [syn: gallant, lofty, majestic, proud]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Proud \Proud\, a. [Compar. Prouder; superl. Proudest.] [OE.
   proud, prout, prud, prut, AS. pr[=u]t; akin to Icel.
   pr[=u][eth]r stately, handsome, Dan. prud handsome. Cf.
   1. Feeling or manifesting pride, in a good or bad sense; as:
      (a) Possessing or showing too great self-esteem;
          overrating one's excellences; hence, arrogant;
          haughty; lordly; presumptuous.
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                Nor much expect
                A foe so proud will first the weaker seek.
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                O death, made proud with pure and princely
                beauty !                          --Shak.
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                And shades impervious to the proud world's
                glare.                            --Keble.
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      (b) Having a feeling of high self-respect or self-esteem;
          exulting (in); elated; -- often with of; as, proud of
          one's country. "Proud to be checked and soothed."
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                Are we proud men proud of being proud ?
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   2. Giving reason or occasion for pride or self-gratulation;
      worthy of admiration; grand; splendid; magnificent;
      admirable; ostentatious. "Of shadow proud." --Chapman.
      "Proud titles." --Shak. " The proud temple's height."
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            Till tower, and dome, and bridge-way proud
            Are mantled with a golden cloud.      --Keble.
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   3. Excited by sexual desire; -- applied particularly to the
      females of some animals. --Sir T. Browne.
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   Note: Proud is often used with participles in the formation
         of compounds which, for the most part, are
         self-explaining; as, proud-crested, proud-minded,
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   Proud flesh (Med.), a fungous growth or excrescence of
      granulations resembling flesh, in a wound or ulcer.
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