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Condemnable

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Adjective

1. condemnable, criminal, deplorable, reprehensible, vicious

bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure

Example Sentences:
'a criminal waste of talent'
'a deplorable act of violence'
'adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Condemnable

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verb (transitive)
1. 
to express strong disapproval of; censure
2. 
to pronounce judicial sentence on
3. 
to demonstrate the guilt of
his secretive behaviour condemned him
4. 
to judge or pronounce unfit for use
that food has been condemned
5. 
to compel or force into a particular state or activity
his disposition condemned him to boredom

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Condemnable

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verb transitive
1. 
to pass an adverse judgment on; disapprove of strongly; censure
2. 
a. 
to declare to be guilty of wrongdoing; convict
b. 
to pass judicial sentence on; inflict a penalty upon
c. 
to doom
3.  US
to take (private property) for public use by the power of eminent domain; expropriate
4. 
to declare unfit for use or service
to condemn a slum tenement

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Condemnable

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tr.v. con·demned, con·demn·ing, con·demns
1. To express strong disapproval of: condemned the needless waste of food. See Synonyms at criticize.
2. To pronounce judgment against; sentence: condemned the felons to prison.
3. To judge or declare to be unfit for use or consumption, usually by official order: condemn an old building.
4. To force (someone) to experience, endure, or do something: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" (George Santayana).
5. To lend credence to or provide evidence for an adverse judgment against: were condemned by their actions.
6. Law To appropriate (property) for public use.

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