Etymology
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self-reproach (n.)

"condemning of oneself," 1754; see self- + reproach (n.). Related: Self-reproaching; self-reproachingly.

updated on April 19, 2022

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Definitions of self-reproach from WordNet

self-reproach (n.)
a feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed);
Synonyms: compunction / remorse
self-reproach (n.)
the act of blaming yourself;
Synonyms: self-reproof
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