Thesaurus / condemn

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But he did not condemn them; he simply felt he could not live in contact with them.

Cleo The MagnificentLouis Zangwill

Yet none but an enthusiast or fanatic could condemn it as iniquitous.

I shall not speak much to these things for which I am condemned, lest I seem to condemn others.

To convict and condemn the poor peasants, of whom no one would think twice, was a mere trifle.

The Honor of the NameEmile Gaboriau

The council being consulted, commanded the inquisitors to condemn and punish the accused as an homicide.

Among many noble and valuable qualities, man has that of being able to condemn and sentence himself.

Strife and PeaceFredrika Bremer

If a man advocates frankly and sincerely a scheme for enriching himself at the public expense we condemn him.

EthicsJohn Dewey and James Hayden Tufts

A poor man wise shall be thought a fool, though he have nothing to condemn him but his being poor.

But we will gather about you with loving hearts; we will give you kindly counsel, not sharp reproof; neither will we condemn you.

'Our guy'Mrs. E. E. Boyd

Could you condemn him you love to endure pain which you could relieve?

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