Part of speech: adjective


Part of speech: verb

To censure severely; blame; upbraid.

Part of speech: noun

The act of reoroaching; censure; blame; disgrace.

Part of speech: adjective


Part of speech: adverb


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Usage examples "reproach":

  1. Philip at first took no notice of what he said; but when he heard him repeat the same thing several times, and saw he was much vexed to see the horse sent away, " Do you reproach," said he to him, " those who are older than yourself, as if you knew more, and were better able to manage him than they?" - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
  2. Indeed, it might be said that she had little here with which to reproach herself. - "Foes", Mary Johnston.
  3. " Because I am not made like other girls," replied Catrina- and who knows what bitterness of reproach there was in such an answer from daughter to mother? - "The Sowers", Henry Seton Merriman.