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Whats the difference between proud and pride

Asked by jolly, 27 Aug '10 02:32 pm
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I agree!. Pride it is noun. State of feeling proud; too great an opinion of one self
Proud an adj; thinking too highly of oneself; also, having a pleasure, satisfaction for achieving something, we can say "I am proud to have a cute baby. this is an expression of satisfaction and satisfaction..
Answered by Motu, 26 Oct 02:52 pm

 
  
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Pride it is noun. State of feeling proud; too great an opinion of one self
Proud an adj; thinking too highly of oneself; also, having a pleasure, satisfaction for achieving something, we can say "I am proud to have a cute baby. this is an expression of satisfaction and satisfaction..
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 27 Aug '10 03:04 pm

 
  
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