self-reproof

NOUN
  1. the act of blaming yourself
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How To Use self-reproof In A Sentence

  • He assumed a tone of raillery, which is, perhaps, the readiest mode of escaping from the feelings of self-reproof. Woodstock
  • The anguish produced by this self-reproof was so strong that I put my hand suddenly to my forehead, and was obliged to allege a sudden megrim to my attendant, in apology for the action, and a slight groan with which it was accompanied. Chronicles of the Canongate
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