- n a feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed)
- n the act of blaming yourself
- But more important, the degree of self-analysis, even self-reproach, within the twatblog community strikes me as unprecedented.
- That night, after she sneaked food to us in our rooms, she told us she knew our self-reproach was punishment enough.
- McGovern is not normally given to self-reproach, but earlier in the week, while waiting to appear on a TV show, he summed up his woes: "It was Eagleton and that lousy $1,000!".