ţʵ

proud adj.

VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | make sb

ADV. enormously, especially, extremely, fiercely, immensely, inordinately, intensely, more than a little, particularly, really, terribly, tremendously, very She was fiercely proud of family traditions and continuity. He was more than a little proud of himself. | almost He seemed almost proud of his practical incompetence. | quite, rather | justifiably, justly, rightly | perversely Londoners have long been perversely proud of a health service that does not serve them well. | quietly He was not vain, but he was quietly proud of his literary achievements. | secretly

PREP. of We are all really proud of you!

PHRASES have every reason/right to be proud All those involved have every reason to be proud of their achievement.