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Sick with jealousy and spite, she bowed as she passed, trying to look eighteen, and tenderly reproachful.
ROSEMARY IN SEARCH OF A FATHERC. N. WILLIAMSON
Something in the tone of the man seemed to his listener uncalled for—in a sense reproachful, singular.
THREE MORE JOHN SILENCE STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
If he had expected to find her languishing, reproachful, or indulging in sentimental tears, he must have been greatly surprised.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
I whispered, in a tone strangely in contrast with the angry and reproachful air I had assumed.
THE STAIRCASE AT THE HEARTS DELIGHTANNA KATHARINE GREEN (MRS. CHARLES ROHLFS)
His stump of a tail drooped dejectedly as he looked at her with big reproachful eyes.
THOSE DALE GIRLSFRANK WESTON CARRUTH
Genevieve gave her a reproachful glance, but in a moment she suggested that perhaps they had better go.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
It did not seem quite a level thing to do, and I must confess that I greeted the lady in a reproachful spirit.
MRS. RAFFLESJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
He glanced up quickly at the reproachful tone, but catching the gleam of fun in her eye relaxed happily.
JOYCE'S INVESTMENTSFANNIE E. NEWBERRY
She fell back, intimately reproachful, from the effect produced on her, renouncing all expression save that of the rolled eye.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
She turned a slow, reproachful look upon him, a shadow of sadness over her wholesome young face.
THE FLOCKMASTER OF POISON CREEKGEORGE W. OGDEN

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