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Experience informs us,” as Coleridge says, “that the first defence of weak minds is to recriminate.
They first began to fret and pine, then to murmur, and finally to recriminate.
What a common dictate of the fallen and regenerate heart to resent and recriminate!
THE MIND OF JESUSJOHN R. MACDUFF
Bernard does not recriminate or argue in it; his love shall bring the young monk back to him.
But let us not recriminate; that matter is not in question now.
And then how I should like to recriminate and defend myself indignantly!
PENCILLINGS BY THE WAYN. PARKER WILLIS
The lady soothed him and fell into thought, and did not recriminate.
That the orthodox charge the heretics with corrupting the text; and that the heretics recriminate upon the orthodox.
You know, my dear, the room he had given me to recriminate upon him in twenty instances.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 4 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Polly could neither recriminate nor defend herself; so she only looked at him beseechingly, and what she meant was, Oh, do get up.
CRADOCK NOWELL, VOL. 1 (OF 3)RICHARD DODDRIDGE BLACKMORE

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