condemn

  • 21condemn — verb 1》 express complete disapproval of. 2》 (usu. condemn someone to) sentence to a punishment, especially death.     ↘force (someone) to endure something unpleasant.     ↘prove the guilt of. 3》 officially declare to be unfit for use. Derivatives …

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  • 22condemn — /kənˈdɛm / (say kuhn dem) verb (t) 1. to pronounce adverse judgement on; express strong disapproval of; censure. 2. to afford occasion for convicting: his very looks condemn him. 3. to pronounce to be guilty; sentence to punishment; doom. 4. to… …

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  • 23condemn — v.tr. 1 express utter disapproval of; censure (was condemned for his irresponsible behaviour). 2 a find guilty; convict. b (usu. foll. by to) sentence to (a punishment, esp. death). c bring about the conviction of (his looks condemn him). 3… …

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  • 24condemn — verb a) To confer some sort of eternal divine punishment upon. The house was condemned after it was badly damaged by fire. b) To adjudge (a building) as being unfit for habitation. Bush condemns Mumbai Bombers. Syn: damn …

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  • 25condemn — Synonyms and related words: accuse, act on, anathematize, anathemize, animadvert on, arraign, attaint, belittle, blacklist, blame, bring home to, bring to ruin, call to account, cast blame upon, cast reflection upon, censure, complain against,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 26condemn — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To send to punishment] Syn. convict, doom, sentence, damn, adjudge, proscribe, pass sentence on, find guilty, utter judicial sentence against, seal the doom of, pronounce judgment, prescribe punishment; see also convict ,… …

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  • 27condemn — con·demn || kÉ™n dem v. denounce; convict, declare guilty …

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  • 28condemn — v. a. 1. Sentence, doom. 2. Pronounce guilty, utter (judicial) sentence against. 3. Disapprove utterly, proscribe, reprobate. 4. Censure, blame, disapprove, reprove, upbraid, pass censure on. 5. Adjudge (a ship) to be unseaworthy, decide… …

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  • 29condemn — verb 1) he condemned the suspended players Syn: censure, criticize, denounce, revile, blame, chastise, berate, reprimand, rebuke, reprove, take to task, find fault with; informal slam, blast, lay into; formal castigate Ant …

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  • 30condemn — v 1. censure, reprobate, criticize, remonstrate, animadvert on; denounce, denunciate, objurgate, berate; blame, charge, accuse, impute, indict; incriminate, criminate, inculpate, implicate; disapprove, deprecate, disparage, discountenance;… …

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  • 31condemn — con·demn …

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  • 32condemn — verb 1) he condemned the suspended players Syn: censure, criticize, denounce; informal slam; Brit.; informal slate, slag off 2) his illness condemned him to a lonely life Syn: doom, destine, damn …

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  • 33condemn*/ — [kənˈdem] verb [T] 1) to say publicly that you think someone or something is bad or wrong Politicians have condemned the attacks.[/ex] The minister condemned the proposal as ‘very damaging .[/ex] 2) to give a punishment to someone who has… …

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  • 34condemn —   Ho āhewa, āhewa, ho ohewa, kūhihi …

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  • 35condemn — To adjudge or sentence. To find or adjudge guilty; especially with reference to pronouncement of sentence of death for capital offense. To declare a building, ship, or the like, unfit for habitation, use or occupation. To adjudge (as an admiralty …

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  • 36condemn — To adjudge or sentence. To find or adjudge guilty; especially with reference to pronouncement of sentence of death for capital offense. To declare a building, ship, or the like, unfit for habitation, use or occupation. To adjudge (as an admiralty …

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  • 37condemn — To declare a builing unfit for use and order its destruction as a peril to health and public safety; to order the slaughter of diseased animals. 4 Am J2d Am § 35. To adjudge guilty; to pass sentence upon a person convicted of crime. To… …

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  • 38condemn openly — index denounce (condemn) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 39condemn after judicial investigation — index convict Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 40condemn as worthless — index decry Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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