Condemnatory [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Condemnatory:

He was almost equally condemnatory of realism, especially of realistic presentation of nature.

They, in General Assembly, passed five condemnatory acts against witchcraft between the years 1640 and 1649.

He then introduced a gentleman, who was absolutely an alderman, to move a resolution condemnatory of the corn laws.

Whether its demonstration be of a laudatory or a condemnatory nature, the steam is sure to be put on to bursting point.

Boston and the other cities passed condemnatory resolutions.

And if with us a long poem be a contradiction in terms, a full picture is with them as self-condemnatory a production.

Sex-worship is contemptuously alluded to in modern literature as "strange and erotic ideas," or words equally condemnatory.

The remark is rather characteristic of the speaker than condemnatory of John Worsley, the schoolmaster in question.

It is needless to say that this impartially conducted report was strongly condemnatory of this burdensome pest.

Every one knows Voltaire's naïve statement which bears condemnatory evidence to the bluntness of his psychology.