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proud

Medical history
An obsolete adjective referring or pertaining to an exhuberant granulation tissue reaction.

proud

exuberant.

proud cut
see cut proud.
proud flesh
exuberant amounts of soft, edematous, granulation tissue developing during healing of large surface wounds.
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I really missed everything about the place, family and friends, the humour, the humidity, the people, and the proudness.
I love it when I hear from bands who big themselves up and proclaim their proudness of being from the North East.
Don Newcombe, the MVP and Cy Young Award winner in Brooklyn, defines swagger as "an air of importance" and "a proudness.
For he thinks that the frenzy of anger and proudness of heart lurk around the breast, and that the source of reason and the conduct of the soul are situated in the upper part of the head, like a guard formed by nature, who keeps an eye out for everything and, like the rider of a chariot, controls the passion and impetuosity of the mind.