Origin of condemnation
Related formsnon·con·dem·na·tion, nounre·con·dem·na·tion, nounself-con·dem·na·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for condemnation
As the evening wore on, condemnation continued to pour in from around the world.
“Words of condemnation and marginalization were avoided,” he says.
Ahead of his statement the PKK issued a condemnation of the strikes.
Coming from the Jordanian cleric, that condemnation is especially powerful.Al Qaeda to ISIS: Get Off My Lawn—The Theological Debate Behind the Caliphate|Jamie Dettmer|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But it at least shows a desire to shift the rhetoric away from sin and condemnation.Southern Baptists Take Baby Steps Away from the Culture Wars|Ruth Graham|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Universities of Louvain and Paris therefore did not take any steps to carry out the condemnation.Pascal|John Tulloch
Invariably she introduces some character, trait or observation that redeems even a dull tale from condemnation.Maria Edgeworth|Helen Zimmern
What brought his pictures into condemnation was just their accent of truth!Princes and Poisoners|Frantz Funck-Brentano
Did it make them fit accusers that my condemnation was a foregone conclusion?The Consolation of Philosophy|Boethius
"I shall nevertheless have undergone the disgrace of a condemnation," he murmured.Within an Inch of His Life|Emile Gaboriau