reproachfully


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re·proach·ful

 (rĭ-prōch′fəl)
adj.
Expressing reproach or blame.

re·proach′ful·ly adv.
re·proach′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.reproachfully - in a reproving or reproachful manner; "she spoke to him reprovingly"
Translations
بِلَوْمٍ ، بِتأنيب
vyčítavě
bebrejdende
szemrehányóan
á ásakandi hátt
vyčítavo
sitemle

reproachfully

[rɪˈprəʊtʃfəlɪ] ADV [look] → con reproche; [speak] → en tono acusador

reproachfully

[rɪˈprəʊtʃfʊli] advavec un air de reproche
to look reproachfully at sb → regarder qn avec un air de reproche

reproachfully

[rɪˈprəʊtʃfəlɪ] advcon aria di rimprovero

reproach

(rəˈprəutʃ) verb
to rebuke or blame but usually with a feeling of sadness and disappointment rather than anger. She reproached me for not telling her about my money troubles; There is no need to reproach yourself – you did the best you could.
noun
(an) act of reproaching. a look of reproach; He didn't deserve that reproach from you.
reˈproachful adjective
showing or expressing reproach. a reproachful look; reproachful words.
reˈproachfully adverb
References in classic literature ?
the two girls murmured reproachfully from the dishes.
She is not silly, conceited, nor countrified," said George, slowly raising his beautiful eyes to the young girl half reproachfully.
The head looks a sort of reproachfully at him, with an Et tu Brute
Then there was the parting from every familiar object,--the place where she had grown up, the trees under which she had played, the groves where she had walked many an evening in happier days, by the side of her young husband,--everything, as it lay in the clear, frosty starlight, seemed to speak reproachfully to her, and ask her whither could she go from a home like that?
Rebecca turned the full light of her eyes upon him reproachfully, almost severely, as she answered:--
The peril of an old servant and a good one, whose only crime was fidelity to himself and his family, stared him so reproachfully in the face, that, as he walked to and fro in the Temple considering what to do, he almost hid his face from the passersby.
I don't mention it reproachfully, however, but with a motive.
and departed with the words reproachfully delivered: "Boy
said Bois-Guilbert reproachfully ``Are these your precautions, Malvoisin?
You cannot say that I do not consider you," said Gertrude reproachfully.
Edith, sweet Lady of the May," whispered he reproachfully, "is yon wreath of roses a garland to hang above our graves, that you look so sad?
I ought to have remembered our dear little Alice," said Grandfather reproachfully to himself.