And she entirely understood that his vagueness was calculated--out of pride.
Then the Jim-jam felt so bad inside, It just about humbled his royal pride.
So easy is it to give place to the Devil, and fall into the worst of sin, just when we are puffed up with spiritual pride.
Whoe'er at all struck by your graces appears, Is more to you straight than the comrade of years; While he's like the friend of a day put aside; For the breath of your nostrils, I think, is your pride.
Why the Germans should have kept their Gothic lettering and peculiar script, when all other European nations, save the Russian, have adopted the Roman, it is difficult to say, unless it be with them a matter of national pride.
Doctor.--And my greatest pride.
His heart throbbed with pride.
Nay, no mischance, the savage dame replied, But want of wit in their unerring guide, And eager haste, and gaudy hopes, and giddy pride.
She recalled that latterly their father had taken to speaking of Charlie in accents of pride.
Let plans of war another day decide, We soon shall quell this youthful hero's pride.
To his grandfather alone he could submit without any visible wound to his pride.
A grief unwing'd, yet unconsol'd by pride!
There is no one passion which all mankind so naturally give into as pride.
This discovery of itself, filled Waally with exultation and pride.
O, see the fall of pride.
Fortunately Miss Milligan was a lady who prided herself upon her good sense and also upon her proper pride.
What a satisfaction for your vanity to be able to say within yourselves: "This woman, so refined, so insensible to the impressions of the senses; this woman who fears disdain so much, comes to me, nevertheless, and sacrifices her repugnance, her fears, her pride?
Lay religions have their great seminaries and secret societies where they deposit their doctrinal treasures with great pride.
Y'are meek and humble-mouth'd; You sign your place and calling, in full seeming, With meekness and humility; but your heart Is cramm'd with arrogancy, spleen, and pride.
This unrecognised secrecy in the great animated street was piquant and agreeable to Hilda, a source of pride.
He looked at those who surrounded him as if he feared to discover some who had known him in the day of his pride.
I told Cotes that we were probably going into the thick of it, and his eyes shone with pride.
The lovely Thais, by his side, Sate like a blooming Eastern bride In flower of youth and beauty's pride.
I will not have my name bandied about in this land as a wanton who sets silly youth by the ears to gratify her pride.
She came of a proud race, and he reckoned on her pride.
The latter, gray and time-scarred, still rears on high its double row of arched vaults; but Vandalism, in the guise of the local shepherd and grass-cutter, has claimed it as her own and has bricked up in the rudest fashion, for the shelter of goats and kine, the pointed stone arches which were once its pride.
I was regretting not having brought the large telescope from the captain's cabin, when Jack produced from his pocket a smaller one, which he offered me with no little pride.
orgullo, m., pride.
Gram rejoined: "Oft with conquering hand I have tamed the necks of mighty kings, defeating with stronger arm their insolent pride.
And he said it with a certain pride.
But in a little while she drew herself apart, and, holding his hands, looked at him with a great pride.
Envy consumed them at the thought of the luxury of others; they plunged into debt in order that they might imitate from afar the elegance of the upper class, and all their natural honesty and good nature was poisoned by the insanity born of ambitious pride.
Man, who is so tried by temptation and scourging of the spirit, is a creature to be loved, appreciated, understood; not a being to whom shall be shown arrogance, aloofness, and pride.
And if the truth were now but a mummery, Meriting pride's implacable irony, So much the worse for pride.
The second is that you should be gentle and courteous to all men, being yourself free from all pride.
A moment before, Buck had been steeled for the worst, but this sudden change loosened all the bonds of his pride.
She was swollen-headed with her military pride.
You talk of pride.
Well, she had a soft white neck, and if they could not put their arms about it they would put a rope round it and hang her with her pride.
It was a residence of more than common gloom, possessing all the solemn but stately magnificence which then characterized the private dwellings of the patricians in that city of riches and pride.
Again his eye, instinctive turned, descried The green pavilion, and the warrior's pride.
The events of the last week may well cause the heart of every officer and soldier of the army to swell with pride.
But will--friendship--give me the right to offer you help without putting up your pride?
"I have proofs," said my master to Mrs. Jewkes, when I left the house, "that her virtue is all her pride.
If she said she was not, she would be condemned as an outcast from divine favor; if she said she was, she would be condemned for spiritual pride.
That John Gib was a decent man if he would resist the devil of pride.
Still with those scalding tears falling between her words, she imparted the whole miserable story; she bared her fallen pride.
With a supernatural effort, his form arose on the litter; and, with both hands elevated above his head, he let fall before him that blazonry of intermingled stripes, with its blue field of rising stars, a glow of high exultation illumining each feature of his face, as in his former day of pride.
I saw a smiling infant stand By its fond mother's side: She fondly pressed one dimpl'd hand With sweet maternal pride.
Such be the Ways of Providence," and Cook sighed with protestive respectfulness.... "Tapped 'er systerm, they did," she added pensively, and with a little justifiable pride.