Synonyms of pride in English:

pride


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noun

1‘the triumphs of war were a source of pride to them’

SYNONYMS
self-esteem, dignity, honour, self-respect, ego, self-worth, self-image, self-identity, self-regard, pride in oneself, pride in one's abilities, belief in one's worth, faith in oneself
amour propre
ANTONYMS

shame

2‘many craftsmen take pride in a good job well done’

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pleasure, joy, delight, gratification, fulfilment, satisfaction, sense of achievement
comfort, content, contentment

3‘he refused her offer out of sheer pride’

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arrogance, vanity, self-importance, hubris, self-conceit, conceit, conceitedness, self-love, self-glorification, self-adulation, self-admiration, narcissism, egotism, presumption, superciliousness, haughtiness, snobbery, snobbishness
disdain, disdainfulness, condescension, pretentiousness
hauteur
informal big-headedness, swollen-headedness
literary vainglory
ANTONYMS

modesty, humility

4‘the six-year-old bull is the pride of the herd’

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best, finest, top, cream, pick, choice, choicest, most select, elite, prize, jewel, the jewel in the crown, flower, gem, pearl, treasure, paragon, leading light, glory
crème de la crème
ANTONYMS

dregs

5‘the large vegetable garden was the pride of the hospital gardener’

SYNONYMS
source of satisfaction, pride and joy, darling, apple of someone's eye, treasured possession, admiration, object of admiration, joy, delight, marvel