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synonyms for condign

  • equitable
  • aloof
  • blameless
  • conscientious
  • decent
  • dependable
  • dispassionate
  • due
  • equal
  • ethical
  • evenhanded
  • fair-minded
  • good
  • honest
  • honorable
  • lawful
  • nondiscriminatory
  • nonpartisan
  • objective
  • pure
  • reliable
  • right
  • righteous
  • rightful
  • rigid
  • scrupulous
  • strict
  • tried
  • true
  • trustworthy
  • unbiased
  • uncolored
  • upright
  • virtuous
  • justifiable
  • constitutional
  • legal
  • statutory
  • valid
  • authorized
  • permissible
  • proper
  • rightful
  • bona fide
  • canonical
  • due
  • enforced
  • established
  • innocent
  • judicial
  • just
  • kosher
  • licit
  • mandated
  • official
  • on the level
  • ordained
  • ordered
  • protected
  • ruled
  • warranted
  • jurisprudent
  • legit
  • vested
  • card-carrying
  • commanded
  • decreed
  • enacted
  • judged
  • jural
  • juridical
  • of right
  • on the up and up
  • passed
  • warrantable
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antonyms for condign

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  • imprecise
  • inaccurate
  • inappropriate
  • inequitable
  • partial
  • unfair
  • unfitting
  • unjust
  • unjustified
  • unsuitable
  • unsuited
  • wrong
  • wrong
  • unlawful
  • taboo
  • prohibited
  • illicit
  • incorrect
  • unacceptable
  • illegitimate
  • illegal
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    How to use condign in a sentence

    Nothing could have been done to stop it which was not done, except the detection and condign punishment of the offenders.
    BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW, AMERICAN EDITION, VOLUME LIVVARIOUS
    Let them walk off; and let them make haste, or they may be assured that speedy and condign punishment will overtake them.
    THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
    If any person injured one of those birds, condign punishment was sure to overtake him.
    THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
    It is probable they took regular and legal means to bring him to condign punishment as a Sabbath-breaker.
    SPEECHES, ADDRESSES, AND OCCASIONAL SERMONS, VOLUME 2 (OF 3)THEODORE PARKER
    The most refractory he openly menaced with condign punishment, should they make the slightest attempt at impeding the voyage.
    GREAT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICACHARLES A. GOODRICH
    He could appeal now to the police with better result than when claiming my condign punishment.
    THE PASSENGER FROM CALAISARTHUR GRIFFITHS
    Even that trial was to be immediate, comprehensive, and condign.
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 54, NO. 337, NOVEMBER, 1843VARIOUS
    He feared every moment that the truth would leak out, and that his beautiful young wife would receive condign punishment.
    WERWOLVESELLIOTT O'DONNELL
    Criticism was held to be impeding its action and was a crime subject to condign punishment.
    A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN; VOL. 4HENRY CHARLES LEA
    The sword should not be sheathed till he had been brought to condign punishment as a traitor.
    THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
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    WORDS RELATED TO CONDIGN

    • becoming
    • coming
    • condign
    • deserved
    • earned
    • equitable
    • fair
    • fit
    • fitting
    • good
    • just
    • justified
    • merited
    • obligatory
    • requisite
    • rhadamanthine
    • right
    • rightful
    • suitable
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