condemnatory

[ kuh n-dem-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF condemnatory

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A most condemnatory glance at my extremities accompanied this speech.

The very fact that to mention her name exacts an explanation, is condemnatory.

Cork's air became judicial, proprietary, condemnatory, yet sympathetic.

As far as Cæsar is concerned, it is palliative rather than condemnatory.

And where was the subject of their condemnatory opinions all this while?

The ladies had to make an effort to recover their condemnatory judgement.

A condemnatory finger was pointed at Septimus John Clifford.

Over the cross, which stood between two others, was the condemnatory inscription, “The King of the Jews.”

Still less can any one be fond of being made the object of slighting and condemnatory remarks.

They, in General Assembly, passed five condemnatory acts against witchcraft between the years 1640 and 1649.

WORD ORIGIN

late 16c., from Latin condemnat-, past participle stem of condemnare (see condemn) + -ory.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONDEMNATORY

censorious

adjectivevery critical
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