Synonyms for Pride:

n.

self-sufficiency, snobbery, self-satisfaction, self-reliance, self-confidence. colony, contentment, satisfaction, gaggle, community, hive, enjoyment, flight, bevy, brace, flock, repletion. jewel, cred, street cred, self-respecting, self-worth, treasure, stature, status, stock, dignity. respect, Amour Propre, self-regard. loftiness, overbearingness, Proudness, lordliness, attitude, Hauteur, superiority. ego trip, Vainness. arrogance, self-importance (noun)
condescension, snobbery, conceit, haughtiness, narcissism, loftiness, cockiness, immodesty, Hauteur, smugness, vanity.
feeling (noun)
pridefulness.
pride (noun)
high-and-mightiness, narcissism, preen, pridefulness, grandness, haughtiness, vanity, egoism, conceit, cockiness, superbia, condescension, ostentation, assurance, huffiness, self-glory, smugness, congratulate, confidence, high-handedness, plume.
self-esteem (noun)
egoism, dignity, self-confidence, self-sufficiency, self-love, Self-admiration, ego, ego trip, egotism, self-worth, repletion, satisfaction, self-regard, honor, self-satisfaction, pridefulness.
self-importance (noun)
egotism.
self-respect (noun)
self-worth.
treasure; best (noun)
glory, boast, jewel.
vanity (noun)
boastfulness, superficiality, self-centeredness, Self-admiration, braggadocio, egocentricity, bragging, self-flattery.

v.

emotion (verb)
congratulate, plume.
pride (verb)
boast, glory, honor, esteem.
take pleasure in accomplishment (verb)
plume, congratulate, preen.

Other synonyms:

attitude, ego trip, overbearingness, self-assurance, Amour Propre, superiority, loftiness, self-worth, chutzpah, self-respecting, lordliness, snobbery, self-confidence, Hauteur, cred, Proudness, self-regard, audacity, street cred, dignity. stature, Vainness. stock. boldness
immodesty.
egoism
egotism.
egotism
ego.

Usage examples for pride

  1. Whose pride are we talking about, mine or yours? – Caribbee by Thomas Hoover
  2. " That's what comes of getting the girl that everybody else wants," he said with fond pride – Judith of the Cumberlands by Alice MacGowan
  3. The dead girl had been his heart's pride it was a year since he had seen her face, and now by this word he knew that he would never see it again. – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009