verb (used with object)
Origin of condemn
Synonyms for condemn
Antonyms for condemn
Examples from the Web for condemned
Contemporary Examples of condemned
The scheme has been condemned by civil liberties groups and queried by the National Association of Head Teachers.Britain May Spy on Preschoolers Searching for Potential Jihadis
January 7, 2015
The group might have condemned violence while still maintaining an adversarial relationship with the police force.De Blasio and the New York City Protesters Have No Blood on Their Hands
December 22, 2014
I asked if it was hard carrying a name like his in a land that had condemned his father as the worst kind of traitor.The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind
December 19, 2014
This approach should not be condemned; it should be expanded upon.We Need More Ferguson-style Grand Juries
November 30, 2014
House Speaker John Boehner condemned the remark, but the damage was done.The Republican Rainbow Coalition Is Real
November 18, 2014
Historical Examples of condemned
Besides, he condemned the continuance of the war duties in times of peace.
The policy of excluding the coasting trade from the measure he also condemned.
But he felt troubled; he was condemned, and it was the world's voice which had condemned him.Tiverton Tales
So fair, so innocent a victim shall not be condemned to that living tomb.Calderon The Courtier
Adams then said, "He hoped he should not be condemned unheard."Joseph Andrews Vol. 1
Word Origin for condemn
1540s, "found guilty, at fault," past participle adjective from condemn. Of property, "found unfit for use," from 1798.