Sitting on the side of her bed, her gaze is downturned, replete with a combination of remorse, self-reproach, and despair.
He collapses under the strain of it and he is bitten by guilt, remorse, and self-reproach.
No self-reproach recurs more often in her private outpourings at this time than that of irregularity and even sloth.
Honor was aware of nothing just then, but the keen pang of self-reproach.
The cruelty we have so largely attributed to our English vulgar, never recoils on them in self-reproach.
“And we could clear it all up with a word, Samson,” said Fred, who was full of self-reproach.
Claude may not have strictly avoided every opening of this kind, but I certainly do not think he had any cause for self-reproach.
His strongest feeling just then was one of self-reproach, mingled with humiliation.
And my own dear Margaret, if you suffer from self-reproach what must I do?
It would relieve my mind from part of a weight of self-reproach.