Proud

(The). Otho IV., Emperor of Germany. (1175, 1209-1218.)

Tarquin II. of Rome. Superbus. (Reigned B.C. 535-510, died 496.)

The proud Duke.
Charles Seymour, Duke of Somerset. He would never suffer his children to sit in his presence, and would never speak to his servants except by signs. (Died 1748.)

Proud as Lucifer; proud as a peacock

Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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