Definition of Self-pride
1. Noun. A feeling of pride in yourself.
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Literary usage of Self-pride
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Child by Félix Dupanloup (1875)
"Modesty, purity of soul and body, consists in containing itself, in maintaining the dignity of .self. Pride, vanity, self-love, ..."
2. The Underlying Principles of Modern Legislation by William Jethro Brown (1920)
"But, after all, an unjust estimate of others is due less often to self-pride than to lack of imagination. A man fails to see the worth in others because he ..."