Synonyms of proud in English:

proud


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adjective

1‘Moira was a delight to her proud parents’

SYNONYMS

glad, glad about, glad at, happy, happy about, happy at, happy with, delighted, delighted about, delighted at, delighted with, overjoyed, overjoyed at, overjoyed over, thrilled, thrilled about, thrilled at, thrilled by, thrilled with

ANTONYMS

ashamed

2‘it's a proud day for all of our workers’

SYNONYMS

pleasing, gratifying, satisfying, fulfilling, rewarding, cheering, heart-warming

happy, good, memorable, notable, red-letter, glorious, splendid, wonderful, marvellous

ANTONYMS

shameful

3‘they were poor but proud’

SYNONYMS

self-respecting, dignified, noble, worthy

independent

ANTONYMS

humble

4‘he is too proud to admit to being in the wrong’

SYNONYMS

arrogant, conceited, vain, self-important, full of oneself, narcissistic, egotistical, puffed up, jumped-up, boastful, smug, complacent, disdainful, condescending, pretentious, scornful, supercilious, snobbish, imperious, pompous, overbearing, bumptious, lordly, presumptuous, overweening, haughty, high and mighty, high-handed

informal cocky, big-headed, swollen-headed, too big for one's boots, stuck-up, uppity, snooty, toffee-nosed, highfalutin

informal, dated too big for one's breeches

literary vainglorious

rare hubristic

ANTONYMS

modest, humble

5‘she took a final look down the proud granite staircase’

SYNONYMS

magnificent, splendid, resplendent, grand, noble, stately, imposing, dignified, distinguished, august, illustrious, striking, impressive, majestic, glorious, sumptuous, marvellous, awe-inspiring, awesome, monumental, palatial, statuesque, heroic

superb, regal, royal, kingly, queenly, princely, imperial

ANTONYMS

unimpressive

6‘fill the holes slightly proud to allow for sanding smooth’

SYNONYMS

projecting, sticking out, sticking up, jutting, jutting out, protruding, prominent, raised, convex, elevated

ANTONYMS

concave, flush