Is "in her pride she sat" grammatical and idiomatic?
In her pride, she sat quietly and observed the loudmouths around her.
She stood there quietly in her pride.
She isolated herself from the others in her pride.
I am not sure if it's idiomatic, because I rarely ever encountered similar sentences. I think it's grammatical, but I am not sure if it's idiomatic.
Saw some examples on the Internet with similar wording:
In his pride he performed many a wonder until the high King of Kings, who sees and knows all things, took vengeance on his pride (2809).