reproach for, reproach with

The verb reproach can be followed by the prepositions for and with.

  • The nurse reproached herself for forgetting to give the patient his medication.
  • The supervisor reproached the employee for his tardiness.
  • The director reproached the actors with laziness for not learning their lines.

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