reproach (n.) 1
blame, disgrace, shame
1H6 I.i.97 [Exeter to all] The Dauphin crowned king? All fly to him? / O, whither shall we fly from this reproach?
2H6 III.ii.69 [Queen to King, of being thought to have been involved in Gloucester's death] So shall ... princes' courts be filled with my reproach
E3 II.i.406 [Warwick to Countess] the bitter potion of reproach
Oth IV.i.47 [Iago to himself] many worthy and chaste dames ... meet reproach
Tit IV.i.93 [Marcus to all] we will prosecute by good advice / Mortal revenge upon these traitorous Goths ... or die with this reproach