All books which meddle with the faith are condemnable and pernicious.
Day and night, alone and unattended, I prowled around his casino at S. Mos, nursing this condemnable desire within my breast.
Already the incident of the condemnable bandbox had eaten up much invaluable time.
In itself it is not condemnable; it is a noble or an ignoble ambition, according to the ways and means used to reach that aim.
Whispers went round hinting at delays which were condemnable because avoidable if they were real.
There are many variants of this malignant, brutal, condemnable, criminal and inefficient form of ethnic cleansing.
So long as that root of anger lay in my heart, I knew there was still a lingering remnant of condemnable passion.
Most condemnable Trenck;—whom, however, Robespierre guillotined finally, and so settled that account and others.
Wherefore every state of an idle or indolent life is condemnable; such for instance as the life of monks and nuns.
Of our Cant, all condemnable, how much is not condemnable without pity; we had almost said, without respect!