beam with pride

beam with pride

To smile broadly and radiantly due to pride in something or someone. I was simply beaming with pride when my son was awarded his college diploma.
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BILL and Hillary Clinton beam with pride as they welcome their first grandson Aidan into the world.
Summary: It is hard to say whether French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner's loud declarations of support for Lebanon during his visit to the country this week should make the Lebanese beam with pride or cringe in fear.
I'm sure Mrs Morgan would beam with pride to see her husband so well turned out.
And now I beam with pride as I achieve a major milestone in my personal mission.
The Bhoys midfielder will beam with pride as he leads his country but is already dreading coming up against Larsson's Swedish side in Group C.
Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher must beam with pride every time he sees his nephew Stephen tee it up on the Tour because young Stevey-boy is turning into an accomplished player, writes Steve Palmer.
But when he probed about their father or grandfather's techniques, the distillers seemed to beam with pride, going on and on about the family tradition.
JONES THE BAT: Glamorgan's Simon Jones enjoyed an explosive entry into Test cricket by making India's players dive for cover and his family beam with pride as they watched his debut at Lord's.
Mum Ann added: "She'll beam with pride flying the green, white and gold in Japan.
MiChAel Jackson's children beam with pride as they launch a new album with previously unheard material by their dad.