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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-REPROACH

His strongest feeling just then was one of self-reproach, mingled with humiliation.

There was no affectation of the fine lady in her self-reproach.

It would relieve my mind from part of a weight of self-reproach.

Tom's cheek grew red with self-reproach as he dismissed the thought.

I exult in my freedom from a self-reproach, which would have been altogether insupportable under the kindness of which you speak.'

He needed his present cleverness too much to spend a grain of it on self-reproach.

He was ill at ease and full of self-reproach, for it seemed to him he had neglected his oath.

"I came with a friend," said Mark, in a voice where anger and self-reproach were mingled.

I am not without a certain sort of self-reproach in all this.

Notes of heavy regret most of them are, and self-reproach and the hopelessness of it all.

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