reproachful


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This evening I feel that I have dismissed all the reproachful thoughts I harboured, and in consequence have made a long poem which I intend to present to the court.
D'Artagnan," said Aramis, in a reproachful tone, "how could you believe that we had made a disturbance?
cried he, repelling the idea with reproachful kindness.
Dinah had never said anything disapproving or reproachful to Hetty during her whole visit to the Hall Farm; she had talked to her a great deal in a serious way, but Hetty didn't mind that much, for she never listened: whatever Dinah might say, she almost always stroked Hetty's cheek after it, and wanted to do some mending for her.
Bruno protested, with a reproachful look at the Mistress of the Ceremonies.
Without making the least objection to the punishment, the Leather-Stocking quietly seated himself on the ground, and suffered his limbs to be laid in the openings, without even a murmur; though he cast one glance about him, in quest of that sympathy that human nature always seems to require under suffering “ but he met no direct manifestations of pity, neither did he see any unfeeling exultation, or hear a single reproachful epithet.
Your majesty did not trust to me alone, but sent some other person," said he in a reproachful tone.
Tristram dropped her embroidery with a reproachful moan.
As to him whom we may regard as Mills' victim it is obvious that he has never harboured a single reproachful thought.
You excite her dreadfully--and that is not good," said Miss Tita, giving me a reproachful, appealing look.
In other days I protected you," he added, in a reproachful tone.
As she left them the milkmaid cast many reproachful glances over her shoulder at the clumsy strangers, holding her nicked elbow close to her side.