OTHER WORDS FROM reproachfullyun·re·proach·ful·ly, adverb
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How to use reproachfully in a sentence
"You say you won't fight to free Negroes," President Lincoln wrote reproachfully to a mass meeting in Illinois in 1863.
Planner looked at the letter, read it—then turned his eyes mildly and reproachfully upon his accuser.
Yes, even toward elevators—always remember the milk of human kindness, continued Flick, looking at Tootles reproachfully.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
But the latter reproachfully answered her: "How have you the courage to mock a mother in the presence of her child!"