condemnation

Part of speech: noun

The act of condemning, or the state of being condemned.

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Usage examples "condemnation":

  1. Cal felt no condemnation for him. - "Eight Keys to Eden", Mark Irvin Clifton.
  2. Neither will the goods of the neutral be subject to condemnation, although a rescue should be attempted by the crew of the captured vessel, for that is an event which the merchant could not have foreseen. - "The Laws Of War, Affecting Commerce And Shipping", H. Byerley Thomson.
  3. According to the ordinary way of the world, nearly all our friends, from the moment that they saw our cause lost, abandoned us, and the majority, to avoid all suspicion of having had a share in the conspiracy, insisted on our condemnation with even more bitterness than our enemies themselves. - "Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century", W. H. Davenport Adams.