Definition of condemnation
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The plan has drawn condemnation from both sides.
The government's statement was a condemnation of all acts of terrorism.
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Their revelations have prompted condemnation from the United Nations, members of Congress and the State Department.
Griffin, 56, apologized within hours of the images appearing online Tuesday, but they were met with swift and widespread condemnation.
The City Council authorized their condemnation in 2015, and a court valued them at $3.1 million.
The damage, however, was already done, drawing fierce condemnation from both sides of the political aisle.
As both sides presented evidence, one particular line in the federal government’s case drew seething condemnation from farm groups and helped rally them to Duarte’s cause.
Undetected crimes Wentz’s cougar-killing drew widespread condemnation from commenters on The Seattle Times and online discussion groups.
Westchester itself peaked at 30,000 residents before the introduction of noisy jetliners and an expansion of LAX led to the condemnation and demolition of blocks upon blocks of the old neighborhood.
After four years of legal battles over a water pipeline designed to run through Monty Bennett’s East Texas ranch, the Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to settle with the Dallas hotel magnate rather than continue with a condemnation lawsuit.
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: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval
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