Simple past tense and past participle of pride.(verb)
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Use "prided" in a sentence
"The family was old and cherished traditions common to fine Southern houses; the men of his name prided themselves upon an especially nice sense of honor, which had been conspicuous even in a country where bravery and chivalrous regard for women are basic ideals."
"Boraine said the TRC had always "prided" itself on being sensitive and concerned about the widows and families of the victims of human rights abuses."
"I have hired and managed many people over the years, and kind of prided myself in taking someone else's "problem" and finding a way to get the most out of him or her."