self-condemned

adjective
self-con·​demned | \ ˌself-kən-ˈdemd How to pronounce self-condemned (audio) \

Definition of self-condemned

: condemned by oneself self-condemned by poor decisions For example, Kafka is presented as a profoundly unhappy, deliberately self-condemned fellow who often thought of himself with the pseudonym of "the Bachelor" …— John Calvin Batchelor The lazy person has to look on hard workers as fools; otherwise he stands self-condemned— Bruce K. Waltke

First Known Use of self-condemned

1615, in the meaning defined above

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