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[They were feeling] humility, self-condemnation, self-abhorrence.

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

That still, small voice, which never lies—that voice which no one can drown, without remorse and self-condemnation.

Perhaps this self-condemnation was not quite reasonable, for Mrs. Codling provoked Wanless most unjustifiably.

His eyes were peering into his own soul, and he saw naught there but dun despair and icy self-condemnation.

Poor Graeme was relentless in his self-condemnation as he told how, through his 'cursed folly,' old Nelson was killed.


On this page you'll find 202 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to self-condemnation, such as: culpability, disgrace, indiscretion, liability, regret, and remorse.

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