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unproud

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈpraʊd
 
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Definition of unproud in English:

adjective

Not having a high opinion of one’s worth or accomplishments: I had sensed how relatively unproud of her face and upper body she was he is not unconscious nor unproud of this freedom
More example sentences
  • I was most conscience-stricken by my anguished looking mother's tearful eyes; an unproud image now permanently carved into my subconscious.
  • But instead, ladies and gentlemen, I am unproud to have to announce that rock has morphed into another musical concept with about as much dignity as a TV evangelist.
  • I've been with people who were not proud to be gay: Some were actively unproud of being gay; some were still actively ashamed by their parents; some, you just weren't allowed to talk about it.

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