burst with pride

burst with pride

To be so filled up with pride as to be unable to contain it. I am just bursting with pride that my little girl got into medical school!
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burst with pride

to be full as if to the bursting point with pride. My parents were bursting with pride when I graduated from college. I almost burst with pride when I was chosen for the first prize.
See also: burst, pride
References in classic literature ?
I am the king's confidant: that is enough to make a musketeer burst with pride.
They fill our days with happiness, And make us burst with pride.
With regards to the efforts of the Welsh team in the Euros, my heart has nearly burst with pride at the way that Wales has conducted itself, I say Wales because tribute must not just be paid to the team, but also to those who have supported them both in France and in Wales.
ANDREW TAIT, Jesmond Alexa I'VE loved you even before you were born, And now you are here in my life, This wondrous feeling of deep deep love, My heart fit to burst with pride, Such a beautiful being so precious and pure, A gift I will always treasure, My darling granddaughter you are my life, Who I will love and cherish forever.
Champion Child of Courage, |sponsored by Northumbrian Water A youngster who makes you want to burst with pride.
CATEGORIES CATEGORIES Little Hero For outstanding children whose achievements, courage or bravery make your heart burst with pride.
Having watched the Beeb documentary on Murray last week though, anyone who didn't burst with pride at the way he represented himself, his family and his country should be checked for a pulse.
My heart nearly burst with pride watching the Mass at Cofton Park, Birmingham, as I know the altar furniture was made at Cardinal Newman School, Coventry.
WHEN I stood to attention in Bilbao in 1982 and the National Anthem rang out loud and clear, I thought my heart would burst with pride and honour.
He was playing the Angel Gabriel and we burst with pride as he marched onstage in his long white robe, hands folded demurely, tinsel halo perched atop his golden locks.
Our hearts burst with pride and love just thinking about him.
THE wife of Olympic rowing hero James Cracknell thought her heart would burst with pride as he took gold in the Coxless Fours.
When his tiny hand touched the side, I thought my heart would burst with pride at his effort.
Little Hero Little Hero For outstanding children whose achievements, courage or bravery make your heart burst with pride.
Sponsored by Northumbrian Water, this award is for a youngster who, in his or her young life, has already displayed remarkable courage, makes you want to burst with pride, and provides a leading example for others to follow.