Third-person singular simple present indicative form of condone.(verb)
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Use "condones" in a sentence
""You are convicting us of wrongdoing for something that our religion condones, which is standing by fellow Muslims against the American occupiers of Muslim land in Afghanistan," he said, raising his right arm and pointing his finger at the three-man tribunal."
"As such, whether he "condones" the ad or not is not relevant, and, in my view, it would not be proper to ask."
""Sin Wagon" condones "mattress dancin '," and blasphemously interpolates the gospel classic "I'll Fly Away"; in "Goodbye Earl," Thelma-and-Louise-like friends poison an abusive husband's black-eyed peas."