condemnation

  • 21condemnation — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Censure Nouns condemnation, conviction, proscription, damnation, doom; death warrant, death sentence or penalty, capital punishment; attainder, attainture, attaintment; denunciation, commination;… …

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  • 22condemnation — con|dem|na|tion [ ,kandem neıʃn ] noun count or uncount a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or something severely: their condemnation of the attack …

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  • 23condemnation — noun (C, U) an expression of very strong disapproval of someone or something (+ of): Condemnation of the latest violence came from all political parties …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 24condemnation —    Āhewa.    ♦ To seek condemnation, imi hala …

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  • 25condemnation — condemn ► VERB 1) express complete disapproval of. 2) (usu. condemn to) sentence to a punishment, especially death. 3) force (someone) to endure something unpleasant. 4) officially declare to be unfit for use. 5) prove the guilt of. DERIVATIVES …

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  • 26condemnation — noun Date: 14th century 1. censure, blame 2. the act of judicially condemning 3. the state of being condemned 4. a reason for condemning …

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  • 27condemnation — noun a) The act of condemning or pronouncing to be wrong; censure; blame; disapprobation. b) The act of judicially condemning, or adjudging guilty, unfit for use, or forfeited; the act of dooming to punishment or forfeiture …

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  • 28condemnation — Synonyms and related words: acquittal, action, anathema, arraignment, award, blame, castigation, censure, consideration, damnation, decision, decree, decrial, deliverance, denouncement, denunciation, determination, diagnosis, dictum, doom,… …

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  • 29condemnation — con·dem·na·tion || ‚kÉ’ndem neɪʃn n. severe disapproval; conviction of guilt …

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  • 30condemnation — n 1. censure, reprehension, animadversion, criticism, remonstration, remonstrance; disapprobation, disapproval, objection, disparagement, deprecation; reproof, reproach, rebuke, reprimand, stricture; denunciation, denouncing, execration,… …

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  • 31condemnation — con·dem·na·tion …

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  • 32condemnation — noun Syn: censure, criticism, denunciation; informal flak, a bad press …

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  • 33condemnation — [ˌkɒndemˈneɪʃ(ə)n] noun [C/U] a public statement in which you criticize someone or something severely …

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  • 34condemnation — con•dem•na•tion [[t]ˌkɒn dɛmˈneɪ ʃən, dəm [/t]] n. 1) the act of condemning, esp. by law 2) the state of being condemned 3) strong censure 4) a reason for condemning • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME (< MF) < L …

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  • 35condemnation — /ˌkɒndɛmˈneɪʃən/ (say .kondem nayshuhn) noun 1. the act of condemning. 2. strong censure; disapprobation; reproof. 3. the state of being condemned. 4. the cause or reason for condemning …

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  • 36condemnation — The taking of private property for public use through the exercise of the power of eminent domain. Venable v Wabash Western Railroad Co. 112 Mo 103, 20 SW 493. A forfeilurc of goods, as for the nonpayment of customs duties. The passing of… …

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  • 37Condemnation (song) — Condemnation Single by Depeche Mode from the album Songs of Faith and Devotion …

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  • 38condemnation action — A lawsuit brought by a public agency to acquire private property for public purposes (schools, highways, parks, hospitals, redevelopment, civic buildings, for example), or even for private development that has a public benefit (rare). While the… …

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  • 39Condemnation (novel) — Condemnation   …

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  • 40condemnation for public use — index expropriation (right of eminent domain) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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