pride (n.)
splendour, magnificence, pomp
E3 I.ii.148[Countess to King Edward, of her house] inly beautified / With bounty's riches and fair hidden pride
KL II.iv.180[Lear to all, of Oswald] whose easy-borrowed pride / Dwells in the fickle grace of her he follows
Sonn.103.2[of his Muse] having such a scope to show her pride
Sonn.80.12[of a rival poet] I am a worthless boat, / He of tall building and of goodly pride [or: confidence]
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