Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section II. Personal Affections
5. Extrinsic Affections
PRIDE; haughtiness &c. adj.; high notions, hauteur; vainglory, crest; arrogance (assumption) [See Insolence]; self-importance, pomposity, pompousness; side [slang], swank [dial. Eng.], swagger, toploftiness [colloq.].
proud man, highflyer or highflier; fine gentleman; fine lady, grande dame [F.].
DIGNITY, self-respect, mens sibi conscia recti [Vergil].
BE PROUD &c. adj.; put a good face on; look one in the face; stalk abroad, perk, perk up, perk oneself up; think no small beer of oneself [colloq.]; think no small potatoes of oneself [colloq.]; presume, swagger, strut; rear -, lift up -, hold up- ones head; hold ones head high, look big, take the wall; bear like the Turk no rival near the throne [Pope]; carry with a high hand; ride the -, mount on ones- high horse; set ones back up, bridle, toss the head; give oneself airs (assume) [See Insolence]; boast [See Boasting].
pride oneself on; glory in, take a pride in; pique -, plume -, hug- one- self; stand upon, be proud of; not hide ones light under a bushel, not put ones talent in a napkin; not think small beer of oneself [colloq.] (vanity) [See Vanity].
DIGNIFIED; stately, proud-crested, lordly, baronial; lofty-minded, high-souled, high-minded, high-mettled, high-plumed, high-flown, high-toned.
PROUD, haughty, lofty, high, mighty, swollen, puffed up, flushed, blown; vainglorious; purse-proud, fine; proud as -a peacock, - Lucifer; bloated with pride.
SUPERCILIOUS, disdainful, bumptious, magisterial, imperious, high-handed, high and mighty, overweening, consequential; pompous, toplofty [colloq.]; arrogant [See Insolence]; unblushing [See Vanity].
STIFF, stiff-necked; starched, perked up, stuck up [colloq.]; in buckram, straitlaced; prim (affected) [See Affectation].
ON ONES DIGNITY; on ones -high horse, - tight ropes, - high ropes; on stilts; en grand seigneur [F.].
with head erect; de haut en bas [F.]; with nose in air, with nose turned up; with a sneer, with curling lip.
Odi profanum vulgus et arceo.Horace
A dukes revenues on her back.Henry VI
Disdains the shadow which he treads on at noon.Coriolanus
Pride in their port, defiance in their eye.Goldsmith