The old man who has reproached me with what never happened does not even know of this fact; I never told any one about it.
So here you have this man, this father who reproaches his profligate son!
Now you reproach me for having a weakness for that lady when you yourself incited her to captivate me!
But who can reproach her, who can boast of her favor?
But you need him so as to contemplate continually your heroic fidelity and to reproach him for infidelity.
But her reproach was undeserved.
His heart glowed with love, and he reproached himself bitterly for having been able for one instant to forget him whom he had left in the monastery on his deathbed, and whom he honored above every one in the world.
Looking at you, I reproached myself and envied you.
To her master’s bitter, though deserved, reproaches, Marfa Ignatyevna replied that the fowl was a very old one to begin with, and that she had never been trained as a cook.
She was always fancying that Kolya was "unfeeling" to her, and at times, dissolving into hysterical tears, she used to reproach him with his coldness.
If you can take upon yourself the crime of the criminal your heart is judging, take it at once, suffer for him yourself, and let him go without reproach.
And now no one reproached them for it, no one raised his voice in protest, which was strange, for the majority of the monks had been devoted to the dead elder.
The monk is reproached for his solitude, "You have secluded yourself within the walls of the monastery for your own salvation, and have forgotten the brotherly service of humanity!"
In the crowd in the dead man’s cell he noticed with inward aversion (for which he immediately reproached himself) the presence of Rakitin and of the monk from Obdorsk, who was still staying in the monastery.
There was a reproachful light in his eyes.
Say, ’I am sorry, forgive me,’ and a shower of reproaches will follow!
He reproached me with that!
And so I trust I may not be reproached, for confining myself to what struck me.
I am reproached with having woven a romance.
"Can you really have put off coming all this time simply to train the dog?" exclaimed Alyosha, with an involuntary note of reproach in his voice.
Alyosha went on, with timid reproach.
Only when I said these words to you, it was not by way of praise, but of reproach.
You reproach me with unbelief, you see, you say, yet you don’t believe.
Persons severely afflicted with epilepsy are, so the most skillful doctors tell us, always prone to continual and morbid self-reproach.
—to reproach him with treachery, for she has betrayed him!
"You won’t forgive her!" cried Mitya, with frantic reproach.
At such moments he liked to feel that there was near at hand, in the lodge if not in the room, a strong, faithful man, virtuous and unlike himself, who had seen all his debauchery and knew all his secrets, but was ready in his devotion to overlook all that, not to oppose him, above all, not to reproach him or threaten him with anything, either in this world or in the next, and, in case of need, to defend him—from whom?
"Even if my benefactor must die without me, anyway I won’t have to reproach myself all my life with the thought that I might have saved something and did not, but passed by and hastened home.
_" Katya said, with bitter reproach, and she burst into tears.
There are no more uses of "reproach" in the book.
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She reproached him for being thoughtless and lazy.
Don’t reproach yourself for things beyond your control.