condition

[ kuh n-dish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF condition

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDITION

The spirit and the gifts of freedom ill assort with the condition of a slave.

Thank you, Robert; I will accept your gift with thanks on one condition.

And if we look to the condition of individuals what a proud spectacle does it exhibit!

Avoid me—place yourself in the condition of my opponent, and beware.

I offered to engage not to marry at all, if that condition may be accepted.

England was in a condition of great political excitement and expectancy.

Mr. Maguire moved that the House consider the condition of Ireland.

It was unfortunate as to time, owing to the condition of affairs in Italy.

The condition in which I was now placed rendered me indeed a pitiable object.

No sooner did he learn of Mark's condition, than he insisted on taking charge of him.

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