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reproach

2 verb
     
reproach2 [transitive]
1 formal to blame or criticize someone in a way that shows you are disappointed at what they have done
reproach somebody for/with something
He publicly reproached his son for his behavior.
2

reproach yourself

to feel guilty about something that you think you are responsible for
reproach yourself for/with
You've got nothing to reproach yourself for - it was his own decision.

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