|only against the proud||tantum in superbos|
|assume the proud place your merits have won (Horace)||sume superbiam quæsitam meritis|
|elevated, lofty /arrogant, proud, haughty||celsus|
|God can change the lowest into the highest, can extinguish the proud, and bring the obscure into prominence (Horace)||valet ima summis mutare, et insignem attenuat Deus, obscura promens|
|his neck is high and erect, his head replete with intelligence, his belly short, his back full, and his proud chest swells with hard muscles (Virgil)||ardua cervix, argumtumque caput, brevis alvos, obessaque terga, luxuriatque toris animosum pectus|
|if honest fame attends the truly good, if, setting aside the ultimate success, virtue and valor are alone to be considered, then was his fortune as proud as any to be found in the records of our ancestry (a tribute to Pompey by Lucan)||si veris magna paratur fama bonis, et si successu nuda remoto inspicitur virtus, quicquid laudamus in ullo majorum, fortuna fuit|
|may fortune revisit the wretched, and forsake the proud (Horace)||redeat miseris, abeat fortuna superbis|
|overbearing, arrogant, haughty, proud||superbus|
|proud of oneself||elatus|
|puff-up, proud of oneself, arrogant||elatus|
|that fortune may leave the proud, and return to the wretched (Horace)||ut redeat miseris, abeat fortuna superbis|
|the avenging god follows in the steps of the proud (Seneca)||sequitur superbos ultor a tergo deus|
|the crow, stripped of its stolen colors, provokes our ridicule (i.e., there is nothing more amusing than a proud pig stripped of its feathers) (Horace)||movet cornicula risum furtivis nudata coloribus|
|these shall be your arts, to set forth the law of peace, to spare the conquered, and to subdue the proud (Virgil)||hæ tibi erunt artes, pacisque imponere morem, parcere subjectis et debellare superbos|
|though you walk proud of your money, yet Fortune has not changed your birth (Horace)||licet superbus ambules pecunia, Fortuna non mutat genus|
|to overthrow the proud (Virgil)||debellare superbos|
|to spare the vanquished and subdue the proud (Virgil)||parcere subjectis, et debellare superbos|
|we too have hurled javelins (i.e., we too are proud warriors, or veterans of war)||et nos quoque tela sparsimus|
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