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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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It's score couple goals I'm prouder the ere was little hint of what was to come as Xabi Alonso put Spain ahead with a 27th-minute penalty.
The Ashes takes some beating, but behind that I don't think there is a prouder moment than this.
Let's hope that by the time the games end today they will have done us even prouder.
He assumes the mantle of the 26th prime minister of Australia and I want to say that there is no prouder job a man can occupy than being the prime minister of Australia.
prouder [of Jimmy]" She said the family planned a special dinner at Red Lobster in Jimmy's honor.
But this year, with everything we've gone through, I couldn't be any prouder.
No Prouder Place: Canadians and the Bomber Command Experience, 1939-1945 by David L.
We hope the lessons learned from the past will lead, in the long run, to a far wiser and stronger corporate America--and a prouder profession of CPAs ever more committed to integrity, competence and objectivity.
Today, with the help of the State and the city--and countless others who are working hard to bring the team and jobs and housing to Brooklyn--we are one step closer to creating a remarkable development that will hopefully make a proud borough and city even prouder.
Miss O," as legions of students referred to her--mostly affectionately--was a true mirror, proud of her British roots but prouder still of her achievements as a self-determined Canadian.
No where in this world will you find a happier or prouder ship than the Training Ship TS Sutton Coldfield who were nominated as the best Sea Cadet Unit in the country and recently received the award of the Canada Trophy at a special ceremony on board HMS Ark Royal, anchored in the Thames at Greenwich.
When I travel abroad I frequently notice that other nations are proud to fly their flags from all manner of buildings, and the smaller the nation the prouder they often seem to be of it.