You may upbraid me, and I will sit here and make not one excuse.
You are young now; some day your conscience may upbraid you.
For he could not very well follow his inclination to upbraid, without seriously impairing his efficacy for reasoning with her.
Applerod, who had been the first to upbraid him, was now the first to recover his spirits.
Therefore, he that lacketh wisdom, let him ask of me, and I will give him liberally and upbraid him not.
upbraid me with the loss of all of which you have bereft me.
If she did not upbraid herself, at any rate she denounced Miss Henderson.
But conscience has not to upbraid me with any of these things.
Henry knew what was on his comrade's mind but he did not upbraid him for weakness of spirit.
Then they began to upbraid me for bringing them upon this fatal expedition.
Old English upbregdan "bring forth as a ground for censure," from up "up" + bregdan "move quickly, intertwine" (see braid (v.)). Cf. Middle Swedish upbrygdha. Meaning "scold" is first attested late 13c. Related: Upbraided; upbraiding.