Definition of condemnation
- … in the hopeless hour of condemnation …
- —Washington Irving
- His conduct was sufficient condemnation.
The plan has drawn condemnation from both sides.
The government's statement was a condemnation of all acts of terrorism.
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: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval
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