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pride of place

the highest or most outstanding position; first place.
Origin of pride of place
1615-25 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Show pride of place by keeping both your residence and neighborhood clean.
  • Within this space, logos is given pride of place, with ethos second and pathos third if it would be considered legitimate at all.
  • The debates had been important, but time on-the-ground and retail campaigning proved their retained their pride of place, even so.
  • All three forms of intellectual property are growing in importance, but copyright holds pride of place.
  • Bishops get pride of place, though there are few of them in the century's roll of martyrs.
  • Microeconomics instead gives pride of place to prices.
  • But tradition alone is not enough to sustain a sport's pride of place.
  • Most of these small gardens are beautifully kept and the garden gnome has pride of place.
  • They not only embody the community's history but also are proof of its member's pride of place.
  • The second theme that guided our selection was pride of place.
Idioms and Phrases with pride of place

pride of place

The highest or most prominent position, as in His trophy had pride of place on the mantelpiece. [ Early 1600s ]
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