self-reproach


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Broad believes the circumstances of Cook's seventh successive Test dismissal for under 30 mean there is no reason for self-reproach.
Broad believes the circumstances of Cook's seventh successive Test dismissal for under T 30 mean there is no reason for self-reproach.
Alone in the depths of my fears and self-reproach, an unexpected calm washed over me--a preternatural stillness in the path of the ominous funnel cloud.
The country's diverse population is famously poor at putting some money aside for the future - a particular source of self-reproach for the millions of expatriates who moved to the UAE to do just that.
he cries in self-reproach over his outfit of loud green shirt and showy white pants, and murmurs, "I never would have worn white," as he watches footage shot on the rooftop--"I wore dark colors.
It is not his style to turn the air blue with self-reproach or frustration.
Elsasser's Woman is a marvelous portrait of self-reproach, defensive denial, fearful uncertainty, and tender melancholy.
Proctor is weighed down by self-reproach and self-loathing for having betrayed his wife Elizabeth, as well as by the prospect of lying to Danforth to save his own skin.
Even so, he still feels self-reproach for failing to take his first chance to be a Test regular.
They fluffed their lines on the way to 72 all out yet England's slow left-armer was full of self-reproach for a first-innings performance which brought him just one wicket, for 91 runs, in 33 overs.
Consider the repetition in the following revelation: "I learned to see beyond my self-reproach for falling short .
THE STORY: An elderly country woman, Park So-nyo, disappears in a crowded subway station while visiting her grown children in Seoul, and her family members struggle with guilt and self-reproach over their conduct towards her as they print fliers and follow up on clues.