self-condemnation

  • 1 Self-condemnation — Self con dem*na tion, n. Condemnation of one s self by one s own judgment. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 self-condemnation — index confession, remorse Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 self condemnation — self accusation, blaming oneself …

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  • 4 self-condemnation — self′ condemna′tion n …

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  • 5 self-condemnation — /sɛlf kɒndɛmˈneɪʃən/ (say self kondem nayshuhn) noun condemnation of or by oneself for one s own actions …

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  • 6 self-condemnation — n. 1 the blaming of oneself. 2 the inadvertent revelation of one s own sin, crime, etc. Derivatives: self condemned adj …

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  • 7 self-condemnation — n. * * * …

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  • 8 self-abuse — n 1. self reproach, self reproof, self chastisement, self condemnation. 2. masturbation, self gratification, self manipulation, self stimulation, autoeroticism, manustrupra tion, onanism, self defilement, Sl. playing with oneself …

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  • 9 self-convicted — adj. = SELF CONDEMNED (see SELF CONDEMNATION) …

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  • 10 self-con|dem|na|tion — «SEHLF KON dehm NAY shuhn», noun. condemnation by oneself of one s own action …

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  • 11 Condemnation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Condemnation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 condemnation condemnation conviction judgment penalty sentence Sgm: N 1 proscription proscription damnation Sgm: N 1 death warrant death warrant GRP: N 2 …

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  • 12 condemnation — 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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  • 13 self-reproach — noun Blame or condemnation directed at the self, as by the conscience …

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  • 14 Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident — The Tiananmen Square self immolation incident took place on 23 January 2001. Five people attempted to set themselves on fire in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. Within hours, the news was publicised by China Central Television (CCTV), who claimed the… …

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  • 15 Spiritual transformation — is the act of transforming the deepest aspects of the human spirit via a self induced or divine act.ee also*Integral transformative practice *Transpersonal psychology *Sivananda *MeditationThe Way of Spiritual Transformationby Hieromonk… …

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  • 16 regret — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Looking back with sorrow Nouns regret, remorse, qualms, compunction, contrition, attrition, repentance, penitence; lamentation, mourning; heartache, sorrow, grief, bitterness, disappointment, discontent; …

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  • 17 Cognitive restructuring — Cognitive restructuring, sometimes used synonymously with Debating[1], is the process of learning to identify irrational or maladaptive thoughts and challenge their veracity using strategies such as logical disputation[2]. Another more simple… …

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  • 18 Penitence — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Penitence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 penitence penitence contrition compunction repentance remorse Sgm: N 1 regret regret &c. 833 GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 self reproach self reproach self repro …

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  • 19 repentance — n penitence, sackcloth and ashes, compunction, remorse, remorsefulness, contrition, con triteness, sorrow, sorriness, regret, regret fulness; lamentation, rue, grief, mournfulness, weeping, woe, dole; twinge or pang of conscience, voice of… …

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  • 20 Social cognitive theory of morality — The social cognitive theory of morality emphasizes a distinction between a child s moral competence and moral performance. Moral competence or acquisition of moral knowledge depends primarily on cognitive sensory processes. It is essentially the… …

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