verb (used with object)
SYNONYMS FOR reproach
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Idioms for reproach
Origin of reproach
synonym study for reproach
historical usage of reproach
The phrase above reproach “not able to be blamed, faultless” first appeared in 1674; its variant beyond reproach is first recorded in 1702.
OTHER WORDS FROM reproach
Example sentences from the Web for reproach
They believe that the First Amendment allows them to say anything, anytime, anywhere, to anyone, without consequence or reproach by government or even by other citizens who disagree or take offense at their speech.
His linen was reproachable, his dingy boots were down at heel, and his cocked hat was drab with dust.The Big Bow Mystery|I. Zangwill