|Origin:||reproche, from reprochier 'to reproach', from Vulgar Latin repropiare, from Latin prope 'near'|
criticism, blame, or disapproval:
'You don't need me,' she said quietly, without reproach.
a remark that expresses criticism, blame, or disapproval:
He argued that the reproaches were unfair.
impossible to criticize [= perfect]:
His behaviour throughout this affair has been beyond reproach.
something that should make a person, society etc feel bad or ashamed:
These derelict houses are a reproach to the city.