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Definition of "condemns" []

  • To express strong disapproval of; censure (verb)
  • To pronounce judicial sentence on (verb)
  • To demonstrate the guilt of (verb)
  • To judge or pronounce unfit for use (verb)
  • To compel or force into a particular state or activity (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of condemn. (verb)

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Use "condemns" in a sentence
  • "It is the latter which is intended to be invoked by Wells, not the former – but it is the former which derives any support from Descent, and the latter which Darwin condemns in Volume 1."
  • "I cannot help thinking that Mahler's position as director of the Opera, and his consequent saturation in the music that his calling condemns him to study, is the cause of this."
  • "The judgment in English condemns you, where is there a judgment"