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condemning

noun as in conviction

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The Bureau keeps publicly condemning Pyongyang for the Sony hack.

She avoids an exhaustively descriptive definition because she opposes condemning all novels based on the flaws of some novels.

In June 1989, the head of the KGB in Leningrad issued a public statement condemning secret-police crimes committed under Stalin.

Condemning them obscures the larger message to be taken from this atrocious crime.

His father did the same, condemning aid to the Soviet Union.

It was said to be most unparliamentary to pass a bill one week, and the next week to pass a resolution condemning that bill.

A resolution condemning the manner in which his accounts had been kept was lost by only one vote.

They knew that they could not carry a resolution directly condemning him.

Was there a chance that, in condemning Withers, they would destroy his reputation for brilliant work?

To prefer one thing does not involve condemning everything else.

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On this page you'll find 156 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to condemning, such as: accusatory, captious, carping, caviling, cavillous, and chiding.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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