Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Not that he was one to waste time or temper in self-reproaches.

In the presence of such odds his self-reproaches fell from him.

His self-reproaches were unceasing, and he aged many years in appearance.

His self-reproaches on such an occasion as this may be imagined!

But neither your self-reproaches nor my confession will acquit us.

These gifts multiplied my self-reproaches and made me acutely homesick.

He thought of her terrified eyes, of her self-reproaches, of her entreaties, perhaps.

But my self-reproaches have caused me to feel I owe some reparation to him.

This deepens the tragedy, and renders Kriemhild's misery and self-reproaches the greater.

Many as were his self-reproaches on her account, that one had never been amongst them.