Examples of damnation in a Sentence
The minister spoke about death and damnation.
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The answer to Barnett's problems lay in wielding her overactive mind as a tool for her own smarts, and not self-damnation.
All that now remained was the abyss, a long headlong fall into social exile, irrelevance, and eternal damnation.
It’s, like, my job here, man. Bosma’s ticket to eternal damnation already is punched.
Each is surprised that eternal damnation is like this.
The setting for their play is a fictional megachurch where the pastor’s stand on damnation splits the congregation.
Success and failure in the American mind are remnants of the Calvinist’s absolute binaries of salvation and damnation.
As far as Coates is concerned, neither religious hope for future, heavenly redemption (or fire sign of damnation), nor political hope for justice, parity, or self-determination will dismantle belief in whiteness as the American ideal.
Even seemingly evil creatures may hide a history fraught with damnation, sacrifice, and joys heartlessly stolen.
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