self-reproachful[ self-ri-prohch ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-reproachful
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He groaned in spirit, and looked so self-reproachful and chagrined that she laughed.
A passionate flood of self-reproachful love was on his lips.
"She has been ever so good to Mac," began Steve, in a self-reproachful tone.
I was getting, in my quiet way, rather sedulous and self-reproachful about you.
There was nothing uncomfortable or self-reproachful in his reflection.
In the morning Lettie came home wan, sad-eyed, and self-reproachful.
Anna-Felicitas opened her eyes, and got up all confused and self-reproachful.
She told him in low, self-reproachful tones, and winced again as a movement of the injured arm brought agony.
The state of self-reproachful irritation described by Kater-Gefhl cannot be justly rendered by any English word.
Donald stood with his hands in his pockets, and gazed at Sara with reflecting and self-reproachful eyes.