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Mnemonic Aid to Learn Reproach:

REPROACH can be learnt by breaking it up into re-approach. From this we can have an idea that whenever we find a fault with something or someone our first reaction is to blame that person/situation/thing. This is what the word approach actually means, to express one’s disapproval or disappointment.

Meaning of Reproach:

1. to find fault with (a person, group, etc.); blame; censure.
2. to be a cause of blame or discredit to.

Pronunciation: ri-prohch

Sentence Examples for Reproach:

1. The father reproached his son for his rowdy behavior in front of the guests.

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