Verb(1) express strong disapproval of(2) declare or judge unfit for use or habitation(3) compel or force into a particular state or activity(4) demonstrate the guilt of (someone(5) pronounce a sentence on (somebody(6) appropriate (property
(1) The demon that fell in love with me so many years ago, that helped condemn me to this fate, was standing right here talking to me.(2) She should not be targeted by a group with an ideological agenda that may condemn her or even force her into a decision that will have lasting repercussions.(3) They can take a buyout package and get out of the way of the bulldozers, or wait for the city to condemn their property and force them out.(4) A host of international covenants and national laws already condemn and outlaw trafficking, and that is good.(5) Many people said it was wrong to condemn future workers to worse pension arrangements.(6) She could not and would not condemn him to her fate.(7) Detectives were forced to put together a ├ö├ç├┐magic circle├ö├ç├û of circumstantial evidence which would condemn Stone.(8) But if they didn't have enough victims for a good day's fun, the Romans would conveniently condemn even minor criminals to death and replenish the supply.(9) fair-minded people declined to condemn her on mere suspicion(10) It is a fresh robbery of every succeeding generation - a new robbery every year and every day; it is like the robbery which condemns to slavery the children of the slave.(11) This man is the first to become a casualty of a new Australian plan to discourage smoking: a plan that has been condemned by its critics as ├ö├ç├┐moral fascism├ö├ç├û.(12) But during WW I, 3,082 officers and men were condemned to death, although the majority of these sentences were commuted to terms of imprisonment.(13) Why is it condemnable to craft songs with harmonies and choruses so finely constructed they immediately bring to mind some of modern rock's best and brightest talents?(14) HE HAS survived two recent assassination attempts and been roundly condemned within his own country for the American-led war on Iraq.(15) The organisation's evidence condemned the unwritten principles that seem to underpin the draft bill.(16) Including the cost of repairing, replacing or renewing any defective part or parts condemned solely in consequence of the discovery therein during the period of this policy of a latent defect.
(1) condemn :: निन्दा
1. censure ::
2. sentence ::
3. declare unfit ::
4. incriminate ::
5. doom ::
6. decry ::
1. bless ::
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your own son to death?
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
I'll CONDEMN you internally
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 18
I'm guessing that future historians
will CONDEMN us...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 1
...but I don't CONDEMN those
who seek to accelerate the process.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 17
You CONDEMN yourself
with your own mouth, Lord Stark.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
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