pride (oneself) on (something)(redirected from prided oneself on something)
pride (oneself) on (something)
To take satisfaction in, be proud of, or highly value something one owns, has done, or is renowned for. Our company has always prided itself on its excellent customer support and commitment to customer satisfaction. Janet prides herself on her three Olympic gold medals.
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pride oneself on
Also, take pride in. Be proud of, take satisfaction in, as in We pride ourselves on always being punctual, or She took pride in her flower garden. The first term dates from the late 1300s, the second from the late 1500s.
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