The look she gave him was charged with an unspeakable terror–with terror and, it seemed to him, reproach.
Not without reproaches.
Her eyes were tenderly reproachful.
Looking at the tins now, he bitterly reproached himself for his weakness.
Helmholtz gave it; and gave it without a reproach, without a comment, as though he had forgotten that there had ever been a quarrel.
that her hand, In whose comparison all whites are ink Writing their own reproach; to whose soft seizure The cygnet’s down is harsh …" A fly buzzed round her; he waved it away.
Straight from the depths of a non-existent heart, "My friends, my friends!" said the Voice so pathetically, with a note of such infinitely tender reproach that, behind their gas masks, even the policemen’s eyes were momentarily dimmed with tears, "what is the meaning of this?
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She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.