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Synonyms for reprover

someone who finds fault or imputes blame

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And I will make your tongue cleave to your palate, and you shall be dumb; you shall not be a reprover to them, for they are a rebellious breed.
Assez avum oy sovent Par reprover dire la gent 1420 Ke d'estriver encontre aguilion N'avient a nuli si mal non.
Leah Marcus offers a compelling portrait of Jonson's relations to three courts, focusing on his obtrusive self-portraits in his early plays, where Jonson often cast himself as the reprover of the court's follies.
When reproved, Velure did not lash out at his reprovers or conspire to destroy anyone's reputation or career.
All this talk of matrons and nannies brings me to Harry's great-great-uncle Edward VIII (titled, after abdication, the Duke of Windsor), a keen admirer of Hitler, as pious British reprovers of Prince Harry have not failed to point out.