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reproach
used in Kidnapped

3 uses
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Definition
a criticism; or to express criticism — especially where a relationship makes the disapproval result in disappointment or shame
  • I have never reproached you,
    Chapter 24 (16% in)
reproached = criticized
  • When I waked Alan, he glanced first at the soldiers, then at the mark and the position of the sun, and knitted his brows with a sudden, quick look, both ugly and anxious, which was all the reproach I had of him.
    Chapter 22 (34% in)
  • You own yourself that you have done me a disservice; I have had to swallow an affront: I have never reproached you, I never named the thing till you did.
    Chapter 24 (23% in)

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