Condemnations [noun]

Definition of Condemnations:

blaming, conviction

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Sentence/Example of Condemnations:

The move, which shifts the burden of payment to the end user, in the event of default by the importer, has attracted widespread condemnation—both online and offline.

I thought, among other things that we need to be doing, that it would be helpful to demonstrate overwhelming bipartisan condemnation.

I think it’s particularly powerful coming in the wake of the congressional condemnation.

The condemnation on Capitol Hill was seemingly bolstered when Facebook announced that it would amp up its efforts to fight the conspiracy theory, and delete all Groups and Pages associated with it.

What has driven the widespread demoralization among officers, the officers said, was not the public condemnation of Chauvin, but the protests’ focus on police in general as the overwhelming target of their ire.

And now, almost without knowing it, he spoke sternly, and his dark face was full of condemnation.

They were taken to the quarters of the general-in-chief in command, and it was he himself who signed their condemnation.

The testimony of literature throughout the ages was almost unanimous in its condemnation of giants.

It is answered, God did not create men in a state of condemnation, but sin invaded them, and in one all fell.

This is the broadest street in London and was opened by wholesale condemnation of private property.