pride

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pride

1. a group (of lions)
2. the mettle of a horse; courage; spirit
3. Archaic sexual desire, esp in a female animal

Pride

Thomas. died 1658, English soldier on the Parliamentary side during the Civil War. He expelled members of the Long Parliament hostile to the army (Pride's Purge, 1648) and signed Charles I's death warrant
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It's scary to think that someone can just take your pride and joy so easily.
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Whatever the apprentice's allowance, Pride And Joy is still carrying 7lb more than he would be if he wasn't carrying a 7lb penalty.
I will be so emotional, with pride and joy when we welcome them at the end of the trek.
The Cuban native was given an early opportunity to play for his country's national team, which is the pride and joy of dictator Fidel Castro.
A RESTORED Porsche, described as the owner's pride and joy, caught fire yesterday.
But the company's pride and joy is a carton of crunchy larvae, made with real baby worms from California that have been freeze-dried and coated with flavors like cheddar cheese and Mexican spice.
On the site it says 'Ex-Hear'Say singer selling his pride and joy.
WHEN France's entertainment artists went on strike last year, theirs was considered a suicidal act that would lead to the demise of France's national pride and joy, the great diversity of its cultural scene.