Reproa'ch. n.s. [reproche, Fr. from the verb.] Censure; infamy; shame.
With his reproach and odious menace,
The knight emboiling in his haughty heart,
Knit all his forces. Fairy Queen.
If black scandal or foul-fac'd reproach
Attend the sequel of your imposition,
Your mere enforcement shall acquittance me. Shakesp.
Thou, for the testimony of truth, hast borne
Universal reproach. Milton.