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  • I love you very much, and I do not want your condemnation.
  • His return to England was marked by his strong condemnation of the conflict.
  • That action has been met with widespread condemnation by human rights groups.
  • Women's clubs and the church were particularly active in their condemnation.
  • We who have believed on Christ would still be under condemnation.
  • I am well aware that these condemnations may sound quite radical to some readers. Cited from Organic Gardener's Composting, by Steve Solomon
  • There were condemnations from all over the world for his treatment.
  • His attitude on public questions won for him the condemnation of Catholic writers.
  • It has largely become a term of condemnation employed by critics.
  • Actual development did not start until several years later due to court proceedings concerning condemnation of some of the land.
  • At one point part of the roof collapsed and more than once the building was considered for condemnation.
  • There can be little doubt that but he was in favour of the condemnation.
  • Many of state officials and public figures expressed their concerns and condemnations.
  • He also noted surprise at the international community's condemnation to the coup.
  • The first two episodes received so much public condemnation that the remainder were never transmitted.
  • This condemnation, however, does not apply to those who have been born and lived outside the Christian church.
  • Human rights in Turkey have been the subject of some controversy and international condemnation.
  • A significant portion of the book is a condemnation of war.
  • Most of these condemnations resulted from the work of church committees appointed only in recent decades.
  • They were released after much public support and condemnation of the arrests.
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Words starting with condemnation

Meaning of condemnation

  • noun (law) the act of condemning (as land forfeited for public use) or judging to be unfit for use (as a food product or an unsafe building)
  • noun The condition of being strongly disapproved of
    he deserved nothing but condemnation