Prumbly (adverb)

Etymology: portmanteau of proudly and humbly

  1. the way a person reminds others about their triumphant actions when they just know they are better than the ones listening, especially since they had to sacrifice so much to accomplish their feat and how it just pains them to appear anything less than a Humble Christian™, which they still are

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