use prides in a sentence.
Wisconsin prides itself on making opponents work the shot clock down in search of a decent - heck, any - shot.
And you'd have lots of new friends, who travel in prides and probably don't like outlanders.
The Serengeti-type lions that we are most familiar with live in prides of about 6 females defended by coalitions of 2-4 males, and these males have thick, tawny-coloured manes.
Lions are the most social of big cats, and live in male-dominated groups called "prides."
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