Definition of Misproud

1. a. Viciously proud.



Definition of Misproud

1. Adjective. (obsolete) Viciously proud. ¹

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Definition of Misproud

1. unduly proud [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misproud

misprograming
misprogrammed
misprogramming
misprograms
mispronounce
mispronounced
mispronounces
mispronounciation
mispronouncing
mispronunciation
mispronunciations
misproportion
misproportioned
misproportioning
misproportions
misproud (current term)
mispunctuate
mispunctuated
mispunctuates
mispunctuating
misqueme
misquotation
misquotations
misquote
misquoted
misquoter
misquoters
misquotes
misquoting
misraise

Literary usage of Misproud

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1. The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott (1908)
"the Monarch said: ' Of thy misproud ambitious clan, 740 740. misproud, with false pride. Ct. 3 King Henry FZ. ..."

2. The Lost Beauties of the English Language: An Appeal to Authors, Poets by Charles Mackay (1874)
"misproud, proud for a wrong reason, or in a wrong cause. Impairing Henry, strengthening misproud York. Shakspeare: Henry VI. ..."

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