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  • verb Present participle of reproach.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But it looks now as if we were going to be made to look the laggards -- and our friends and neighbours will, I fear, be much less delicate in reproaching us with being slow than we were on other occasions.

    The Road Before Us

  • Thus, in reproaching Israel as an abandoned people, they reflected on the God of Israel as an unkind unfaithful God.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)

  • The Tally article came along slowly, its price tag reproaching me for every sloppy phrase.

    Forfeit

  • The Tally article came along slowly, its price tag reproaching me for every sloppy phrase.

    Forfeit

  • He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

  • Next morning, when he saw Olivier, he did not tell him anything: he so detested the idea of reproaching him, -- reproaching him for having abused his confidence and flung his secrets into the enemy's maw, -- that he could not find a single word to say to him.

    Jean Christophe: in Paris The Market-Place, Antoinette, the House

  • He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

  • He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

  • He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

  • When I first observed it ” by her beginning to take liberties, such as reproaching me tenderly if I came later than usual, or could not stay long, and similar things ” I was obliged, to prevent her making a fool of herself, to tell her the truth in a civil manner.

    The Love Affairs of Great Musicians

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