That fault is not what I am usually reproached with.
He had an idea that she would display a talent for mute reproaches, and he was surprised at not finding himself exposed to these silent batteries.
He thought a little of offering to take her for a tour in Europe; but he was determined to do this only in case she should seem mutely to reproach him.
But she wished that, instead of reproaches, however tender, he would give her help; he was certainly wise enough, and clever enough, to invent some issue from their troubles.
A brilliant future, a wider career, a conscience exempt from the reproach of interference between a young lady and her natural rights—these excellent things might be too troublesomely purchased.
To visit one’s lover, with tears and reproaches, at his own residence, was an image so agreeable to Mrs. Penniman’s mind that she felt a sort of aesthetic disappointment at its lacking, in this case, the harmonious accompaniments of darkness and storm.
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She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.