Reproach or blame directed at oneself: the bitter tears of self-reproach
More example sentences
- Moreover, murderers are of all criminals the most prone to genuine remorse and self-reproach.
- It may have looked harmless enough, but Jenny knew what it stood for - guilt and self-reproach.
- Her sense of ‘regret, self-reproach and resentment’ is further intensified when she reads a newspaper report of the magnificent wedding of her former suitor.
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