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reproach
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde - (13 chapter version)
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  • He could not bear the idea of reproaching him any more.
  • You will bitterly reproach him in your own heart, and seriously think that he has behaved very badly to you.
  • Compared to what he saw in it of censure or rebuke, how shallow Basil’s reproaches about Sibyl Vane had been!
  • There is a luxury in self-reproach.
  • And, after all, it is a very poor consolation to be told that the man who has given one a bad dinner, or poor wine, is irreproachable in his private life.

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