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1. Condemn definition is - to declare to be reprehensible, wrong, or evil usually after weighing evidence and without reservation
2. How to use Condemn in a sentence
3. Condemn definition, to express an unfavorable or adverse judgment on; indicate strong disapproval of; censure
4. To express strong disapproval of: Condemned the needless waste of food
5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Condemn 1 to declare to be morally wrong or evil it is a sign of human progress that slavery, which was once legal in many places, is now universally Condemned
6. Condemn verb [T] (CRITICIZE) to criticize something or someone strongly, usually for moral reasons: The movie was Condemned for glorifying violence. Condemn verb [T] (PUNISH)
7. The definition of Condemn is to state that someone or something is wrong or evil or to sentence to punishment
8. An example of Condemn is to announce that a person is guilty of murder
9. An example of Condemn is to sentence a murderer to life in prison.
10. Find 63 ways to say Condemn, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
11. Definition of Condemn in the Definitions.net dictionary
12. What does Condemn mean? Information and translations of Condemn in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
13. Early 14c., condempnen "to blame, censure;" mid-14c., "pronounce judgment against," from Old French condamner, Condemner "to Condemn" (11c.) and directly from Latin Condemnare, condempnare "to sentence, doom, blame, disapprove," from assimilated form of com-, here probably an intensive prefix (see com-), + damnare "to harm, damage" (see damn).
14. Condemn To adjudge or find guilty of a crime and sentence
15. You can Condemn, or openly criticize, someone who is behaving inappropriately
16. If you are an animal rights activist, you would probably Condemn someone for wearing fur. Condemn originally comes, through Old French, from the Latin word Condemnāre, "to sentence, Condemn."
17. In the Old Testament: (1) The causative stem of rasha` "to declare (or make) wrong," "to Condemn," whether in civil, ethical or religious relations.
18. Condemnation (1) A proceeding to obtain private property for public use through the exercise of the government's rights of eminent domain.
19. To say very strongly that you do not approve of something or someone, especially because you think it is morally wrong Politicians were quick to Condemn the bombing. Condemn something/somebody as something The law has been Condemned as an attack on personal liberty. Condemn somebody/something for (doing) something She knew that society would Condemn her for leaving her …
20. Condemn (someone or something) for (something) To judge someone or something harshly for a particular action
21. The other troops have Condemned me for consorting with a known enemy
22. The actress was quick to Condemn the newspaper for spreading lies about her.
23. Middle English (in Condemn (sense 2)): from Old French Condemner, from Latin Condemnare, from con- (expressing intensive force) + damnare ‘inflict loss on’ (see damn).
24. The terrorist action has been Condemned as an act of barbarism and cowardice.
25. Politics 'We all know hate when we see it': Dem lawmakers Condemn violence against Asian Americans
26. 13 members of the pro-Trump House Freedom Caucus refused to Condemn Myanmar's generals who violently overthrew elected leaders
27. Condemn Lyrics: Skrrrrr / Skrrrrr / You know how we do / We don don blow with fuse / Two times a day I tell them / Asakaa / Wait / Ok ok ok / I dont …
28. Nouns for Condemn include Condemnation, Condemnations, Condemned, Condemner, Condemners, Condemning, Condemnings, Condemnor and Condemnors
29. A common feature of reports is that they provide evidence that Condemn a government, but conclude that those in power are guiltless.: Some might Condemn my reaction as politically motivated rather than a discerning literary judgement.: Local homeowners are resisting the attempts by the city to Condemn their land, but their prospects are dim.: A similar dilemma arises for those who Condemn
30. Translation for 'to Condemn' in the free English-Polish dictionary and many other Polish translations.
31. Maria Bartiromo: In order to Condemn China, you have to believe America is 'superior' 'Fox News Primetime' host says the Chinese Communist Party is trying to 'divide' us
32. If you Condemn something, you say that it is very bad and unacceptable
33. Political leaders united yesterday to Condemn the latest wave of violence
34. Graham was right to Condemn his players for lack of ability, attitude, and application
35. Synonyms: denounce, damn, criticize, disapprove More Synonyms of Condemn
36. Condemn definition: If you Condemn something, you say that it is very bad and unacceptable
37. Examples of Condemn in a sentence
38. While the minister cheats on his wife, he has the nerve to Condemn those who commit adultery
39. 🔊 How dare you Condemn me for making the same mistake you made! 🔊 According to the scripture, God will Condemn …
40. Condemn for [sth] vtr transitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat." often passive (building: declare unfit) (edificio) declarar en ruina loc verb locución verbal: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar recibo").
41. See 5 authoritative translations of Condemn in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
42. I Condemn this senseless violence
43. We must not Condemn her on pure supposition
44. We all Condemn cruelty to children
45. Politicians were quick to Condemn the bombing
46. Political leaders united yesterday to Condemn t
47. Most religions Condemn the use of magic, but in many comics there is one type of magic that would not fal under this
48. For God did not send His Son into the world to Condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved
49. How to say Condemn in English? Pronunciation of Condemn with 2 audio pronunciations, 37 synonyms, 4 meanings, 15 translations, 23 sentences and more for Condemn.
50. He is "purchased" by a wealthy television producer and taken to a desolate island where he must fight to the death against nine other Condemned killers from all corners of the world, with freedom going to the …
51. After both Wallace and Biden pressed him to again Condemn white supremacists, Trump responded: "Proud Boys, stand back and stand by," evoking the name of a right-wing group which he later denied
52. 1 day ago · Biden, Harris Condemn U.S
53. 1 day ago · We Condemn Vice President Collins’ statements in the strongest possible terms.” Jill Tucker is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer
54. Condemn: To express strong disapproval of: synonym : criticize .
55. Condemn someone to something [for a judge] to sentence someone to something; to relegate someone to a particular punishment
56. By confessing, he Condemned himself to many years in prison.
57. Definition and synonyms of Condemn from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
58. This is the British English definition of Condemn.View American English definition of Condemn.
59. Condemn definition: express strong disapproval of synonyms: objurgate, reprobate, excoriate, denounce, decry antonyms: approve, criticize, stay in place, implode
60. Condemn, verb transitive [Latin , to Condemn to disapprove, to doom, to devote.]
61. But the word often expresses more than censure or blame, and seems to include the idea of utter rejection; as, to Condemn heretical opinions; to Condemn ones conduct.
62. We Condemn mistakes with asperity, where
63. Learn Condemn, replacing Execute
64. Condemn deals Shadow damage, can be used on enemies who are above 80% health or below 20% health, and weakens the target preventing some of the damage they would deal to you.
65. 'It must stop': Biden, Harris Condemn violence against Asian Americans on Georgia trip