’I shall do you a mischief!’ interposed the Jew, goaded by these reproaches; ’a mischief worse than that, if you say much more!’
I will carry it into no blood but my own; and the reproach shall rest alone on me.’
He had no cause for self-reproach on the score of neglect, or want of thought, for he had been devoted to her service; and yet a hundred little occasions rose up before him, on which he fancied he might have been more zealous, and more earnest, and wished he had been.
’The term you use,’ said Mr. Brownlow, sternly, ’is a reproach to those long since passed beyond the feeble censure of the world.
This circumstance, added to the length of his legs, which were of unusual extent, enabled him with much ease to keep some half-dozen paces in advance of his companion, to whom he occasionally turned with an impatient jerk of the head: as if reproaching her tardiness, and urging her to greater exertion.
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She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.