Reproached



verb (used with object)
1.
to find fault with (a person, group, etc.); blame; censure.
2.
to upbraid.
3.
to be a cause of blame or discredit to.
noun
4.
blame or censure conveyed in disapproval:
a term of reproach.
5.
an expression of upbraiding, censure, or reproof.
6.
disgrace, discredit, or blame incurred:
to bring reproach on one’s family.
7.
a cause or occasion of disgrace or discredit.
8.
the Reproaches, Also called Improperia. Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Church. a series of antiphons sung in church on Good Friday, consisting of words addressed by Christ to His people, reminding them of His mercies and of their ingratitude.
9.
an object of scorn or contempt.
verb (transitive)
1.
to impute blame to (a person) for an action or fault; rebuke
2.
(archaic) to bring disgrace or shame upon
noun
3.
the act of reproaching
4.
rebuke or censure; reproof: words of reproach
5.
disgrace or shame: to bring reproach upon one’s family
6.
something that causes or merits blame, rebuke, or disgrace
7.
above reproach, beyond reproach, perfect; beyond criticism

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