pride of place


noun

the highest or most outstanding position; first place.

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Origin of pride of place

First recorded in 1615–25
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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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