But the Buddha condemned both extreme luxury and extreme poverty as obstacles to enlightenment.
This approach should not be condemned; it should be expanded upon.
They probably helped him craft this speech that condemned the concentration on image.
“Whatever the motivation, this shows that stoning is so inherently brutal that even President Lula has condemned it,” Ebadi said.
I know also that Abbas and his brain-trust has condemned the intifada, the bombs, the violence.
I cannot, for it is evident that you love me, and such love is condemned by religion.
In Cuba, the Cacique Hattuey was made prisoner and condemned to be burnt.
That was what Paulo wished, and therefore have they condemned him as a criminal.
He was condemned in his absence, and declared to be hors la loi.
But, whether they liked it or not, the Stonewalls were condemned to spend most of that day in their drains.
1540s, "found guilty, at fault," past participle adjective from condemn. Of property, "found unfit for use," from 1798.