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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'm proud to be Welsh and love my country and am especially proud I speak Welsh, as I didn't come from a Welsh speaking household.
Proud and Peaty are both 22 and both won gold medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
In addition to the 67% of Democrats who are extremely (43%) or very (24%) proud to be Americans, 18% say they are "moderately proud," 9% are "only a little proud" and 5% are "not at all proud.
A nationally representative sample of men and women, from across the four provinces was asked "What about your country are you most proud of?
Before he was arrested, Proud had stayed with 44-year-old Ivin, said prosecutor Rachel Masters yesterday.
PaulgSlatter: No #diamond jubilee doesn't make me proud.
Other internet users reported that they had seen Mr Proud in the city's notorious red light district.
I'm very proud of him for picking up on the procedures so quickly, and caring enough to keep an eye on me, and learning the procedures so that he could effectively communicate the problem to the dispatchers,'' Robert Geiger said.
As the voice of the industry, REBNY is among the driving forces that keep it strong and I am proud to be able to play a part and humbled to have been asked to serve as its chairman.
The Proud To Be brand was established and is starting to really catch on.
I'm proud to represent Air Force Space Command, and its nearly forty thousand men and women stationed around the world standing watch 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.