Synonyms for condemnation
ˌkɒn dɛmˈneɪ ʃən, -dəm-con·dem·na·tion
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The act of condemning or pronouncing to be wrong; censure; blame; disapprobation.
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Blame, censure, and disapproval may either be felt or uttered; comment, criticism, rebuke, reflection, reprehension, and reproof are always expressed. The same is true of admonition and animadversion. Comment and criticism may be favorable as well as censorious; they imply no superiority or authority on the part of him who utters them; nor do reflection or reprehension, which are simply turning the mind back upon what is disapproved. Reprehension is supposed to be calm and just, and with good intent; it is therefore a serious matter, however mild, and is capable of great force, as expressed in the phrase severe reprehension. Reflection is often from mere ill feeling, and is likely to be more personal and less impartial than reprehension; we often speak of unkind or unjust reflections. Rebuke, literally a stopping of the mouth, is administered to a forward or hasty person; reproof is administered to one intentionally or deliberately wrong; both words imply authority in the reprover, and direct expression of disapproval to the face of the person rebuked or reproved. Reprimand is official censure formally administered by a superior to one under his command. Animadversion is censure of a high, authoritative, and somewhat formal kind. Rebuke may be given at the outset, or in the midst of an action; animadversion, reflection, reprehension, reproof, always follow the act; admonition is anticipatory, and meant to be preventive. Check is allied to rebuke, and given before or during action; chiding is nearer to reproof, but with more of personal bitterness and less of authority. Compare CONDEMN; REPROVE.
admonition, animadversion, blame, censure, check, chiding, comment, criticism, denunciation, disapproval, objurgation, rebuke, reflection, reprehension, reprimand, reproach, reproof, reproval, upbraiding
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an expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong or morally culpable
"his uncompromising condemnation of racism"
(law) the act of condemning (as land forfeited for public use) or judging to be unfit for use (as a food product or an unsafe building)
execration, condemnation, cursenoun
an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group
abomination, whammy, expletive, abhorrence, swearing, curse word, bane, jinx, scourge, oath, sentence, judgment of conviction, nemesis, execration, cuss, conviction, curse, swearword, odium, detestation, disapprobation, hex, loathing, torment
the condition of being strongly disapproved of
"he deserved nothing but condemnation"
conviction, judgment of conviction, condemnation, sentencenoun
(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed
"the conviction came as no surprise"
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This is the doctrine of justification. It is the wonderful fact that God imputes His righteousness to us and makes us immune to the condemnation of sin. Being justified, no sin can ever be imputed against us.
I hear [from Europe] voices of condemnation over President Trump’s historic announcement but I have not heard any condemnation for the rocket firing against Israel that has come [after the announcement] and the awful incitement against us.
It is very clear to us that the terrorism, these acts of terrorism which have been taking place, deserve the condemnation that they are receiving, and today I express my complete condemnation for any act of terror that takes innocent lives and disrupts the day-to-day life of a nation.
We have been very clear about the potential reputational damage not just for them but for all of us, so far we have not taken the route of public condemnation. We want to respect that they are an important supporter of ours.
We cannot change anything unless we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses.
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