Proclamation of success or commemoration of an event.

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vanit* Boasting Speaking with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself.
* Celebration Proclamation of success or commemoration of an event.
parv* Commonality Lack of extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.'
stiq* Disrepute Negative extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.
* Humility Low or muted pride.
xusp* Insolence Undue assumption of superiority.
* Modesty Tempered opinion of one''s own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority.
nobl* Nobility Special social or political status due to achievement or heredity.
* Ostentation Pretentious or conspicuous show, as of wealth or importance; display intended to impress others.
urqol* Pride Opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority. Not necessarily positive or negative.
kle* Repute Positive extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.
ebed* Servility
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van* Vanity

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Celebration

Solemnization, commemoration, ovation, triumph; lionization.
inauguration, installation, presentation; coronation; début [F.], coming out [colloq.]; harvest-home, husking bee, quilting bee; birthday, anniversary, biennial, triennial &c.; centenary, centennial; bicentenary, bicentennial; tercentenary, tercentennial &c.; “the day we celebrate”; red-letter day; trophy [See Trophy]; jubilation, laudation, pæan or pean; Te Deum (thanksgiving) [See Worship]; festivity, festival; fête [See Ostentation]; Forefathers’ Day [U. S.], Independence Day, “the Glorious Fourth” [U. S.]; holiday [See Amusement].

Fanfare Indication of celebration. Bonfire; salute, salvo (of artillery); feu de joie [F.], flourish of trumpets, colors flying, illuminations.