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Definition of "condemned" []

  • Under sentence of death (adjective)
  • Judged or pronounced unfit for use (adjective)
  • Having received a curse to be doomed to suffer eternally. (adjective)

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  • Having been sharply scolded. (adjective)
  • Adjudged or sentenced to punishment, destruction, or confiscation. (adjective)
  • Officially marked uninhabitable. (adjective)
  • A person sentenced to death. (noun)

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Use "condemned" in a sentence
  • "The sin condemned is bearing false witness against our neighbour, either in judgment or in common conversation, contrary to the law of the ninth commandment."
  • "Of course, "mankind" is a term condemned by the Ivy League today on many levels; instead, we have been split into infinitely small victimized niches for deconstructive study."
  • "On Friday, Pentagon officials again condemned WikiLeaks 'decision to distribute the Iraq documents."