Examples of damnation in a Sentence
The minister spoke about death and damnation.
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Do churches exploit the natural human fear of damnation when spreading a message generally thought of as Good News?
If Hell exists, and souls are condemned to an eternity of damnation and torture, then doesn’t that make God evil?
Commentators were quick to note that Mr. Scalfari’s report was inconsistent with earlier statements by Pope Francis, who, for instance, has warned unrepentant Mafiosi of eternal damnation.
Besides eternal damnation, the enchantress gave the Beast a magic traveling book—and a completely unnecessary plot point.
Similarly, Lewis’s friend the novelist Charles Williams, in Descent Into Hell, described damnation as complete and willful self-isolation by people who have destroyed their capacity to love.
Poets and artists used them to link feminine sexuality with eternal damnation.
When Mephistopheles threatens her with eternal damnation, the curse is always played bombastically.
But one evening, Pearson happened to catch a program about the genocide in Rwanda that forced him to question the concept of damnation.
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Definition of damnation for English Language Learners
: the state of being in hell as punishment after death
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