reproachful


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expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective

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Giving evidence by videolink, the man known only as Soldier B said: "I have nothing to be reproachful about.
None of the Arab counties has done such a favor," he added reproachful way.
As my grandmother was fond of reminding us, with a reproachful glance at my mother, my father grew up the youngest of three sons, or--depending on how much whisky my grandmother had sipped--four sons.
Professor P protested, underlining his accusation and adding an exclamation point for emphasis amidst a garbled red sea of reproachful commentary.
Every so often the mime would stop in her tracks, turn dramatically, and pull a reproachful face.
THOSE of us who imagine the saints as dour, reproachful personalities should make the acquaintance of Teresa of Avila, the great Carmelite reformer and mystic whose 500th birthday the Catholic Church marked last Saturday.
Her tone is not without a reproachful and accusatory tone.
A The leader of the Muslim denomination in Bulgaria also noted that the killing of innocent people, violence, terror against civilians were totally unacceptable, reproachful and contradict the principles of Islam.
Bolt has been forced to deny reports that he made a reproachful remark about the ongoing Commonwealth Games, but his long-awaited appearance was almost ruined by injury instead of controversy.
Technically, Landis doesn't appear to have broken any laws, and even if he had, Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman's charitable "Art and Craft" seems more admiring than reproachful of the eccentric con artist.
In reply I received a wry but perhaps slightly reproachful smile, as if to say that, while this indeed might be true, it was perhaps tactless to say so.
51) The sentence highlighted by Lord Hailes reads 'Ten thousand Croises inlist themselves under the holy banners, and even openly triumph in those parts of their religion, which their adversaries regard as the most reproachful.
It could either come of a sudden feeling that unlike in their hometowns, no reproachful eyes are around to reprimand them, or being in an alien land they would want to give vent to all their hidden desires.
Overcooked veggies and processed cheese flabby and shameful as public deformities, the icing of grocery store cakes left in reproachful lumps on dirty plates.