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  • Reproach is indeed an idle word: for what should I reproach you?

    I.9

  • Reproach is the wound, the burden, they complain of.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • -- The chorus answering each "Reproach" alternately in the Greek of the

    Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde"; an essay on the Wagnerian drama

  • Of this several Writers were no sooner possessed than they attempted to blacken it with every kind of Reproach; pursued me into private Life,

    Henry Fielding: a Memoir

  • Of this several Writers were no sooner possessed than they attempted to blacken it with every kind of Reproach; pursued me into private Life, even to my boyish Years; where they have given me almost every Vice in Human Nature.

    Henry Fielding A Memoir

  • Whatever may be the Fate of my Administration, I will never be subjected to the Reproach of Falsehood or Insincerity.

    Robert Morris

  • How long will they endure Misery without Complaint, Injustice without Reproach, and Wrongs without Redress?

    Robert Morris

  • Whatever may be the Fate of my Administration, I will never be subjected to the Reproach of Falsehood or Insincerity.

    Robert Morris

  • How long will they endure Misery without Complaint, Injustice without Reproach, and Wrongs without Redress?

    Robert Morris

  • Reproach to the Mistress, prepare Hangings, to supply those the Moth has devour'd, thro 'her Negligence, or Absence.

    The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia

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