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Old French reprochier (Modern reprocher).
- (UK) IPA(key): /???p???t?/
- (US) IPA(key): /???p?o?t?/
- Rhymes: -??t?
reproach (countable and uncountable, plural reproaches)
- A mild rebuke, or an implied criticism.
- Disgrace or shame.
- (countable) An object of scorn.
- obloquy, opprobrium
reproach (third-person singular simple present reproaches, present participle reproaching, simple past and past participle reproached)
- (transitive) To criticize or rebuke (someone).
- if ye be reproached for the name of Christ
- Mezentius […] with his ardour warmed / His fainting friends, reproached their shameful flight, / Repelled the victors.
- (transitive) To disgrace, or bring shame upon.
- (to criticize or rebuke): blame, rebuke, upbraid
- (to disgrace): disgrace, dishonor
- See also Thesaurus:reprehend
- beyond reproach
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unexceptionable (comparative more unexceptionable, superlative most unexceptionable)
- Beyond reproach; unimpeachable
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