Thesaurus / self-condemnation

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His self-condemnation increased; yet his doubts kept pace with it.

Carmen ArizaCharles Francis Stocking

A load of anxiety and self-condemnation lifted from his shoulders, he, too, was in a state of happy excitement.

That they had not done so deliberately, helped their self-condemnation not at all.

Self-condemnation was her first impulse when she noted a change in the demeanor of those she loved.

JessamineMarion Harland

And what is most important, even in our own case, the condemnation of our fellows often brings with it self-condemnation.

They threw themselves at the feet of Columbus, with feelings of self-condemnation mingled with reverence.

A strictly honourable man, he would have been ready to kill himself in self-condemnation had he suspected that it had.

Yet, so inconsistent is poor humanity that self-exculpation warred with self-condemnation in the same brain!

The Buffalo RunnersR.M. Ballantyne

"I came too suddenly," said he decisively; there was a stern note of self-condemnation.

Under the LawEdwina Stanton Babcock

All his long bitterness against her for the moment was gone, driven out by his self-condemnation.

In the WildernessRobert Hichens
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