condemned

[ kuhn-dem ]SEE DEFINITION OF condemned

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDEMNED

Besides, he condemned the continuance of the war duties in times of peace.

The policy of excluding the coasting trade from the measure he also condemned.

But he felt troubled; he was condemned, and it was the world's voice which had condemned him.

So fair, so innocent a victim shall not be condemned to that living tomb.

Adams then said, "He hoped he should not be condemned unheard."

"Very possibly, as the traitors are condemned to exile," replied Tilly.

It was just, he said, that she, that every human creature should be heard before they were condemned.

So the short and the long of it was, I was condemned to be transported.

All the fifteen were condemned, and the trials of the whole occupied an hour and a half.

Any one carried home by the people to-day, may be condemned tomorrow.

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