Definition of condemn:
excoriate, punish, call for, acquit, acquittal, pull down, count against, award, fault, embarrass, jab, bring in a verdict, bar, dis, sentence, wreck, convict, doom, correct, sentence, citation, proscribe, law, knock down, fate, plague, reprobate, tear down, reprove, censure, praise, slate, reprehend, cry foul, reprobate, inhibit, knock, disadvantage, pillory, burden, bash, bring up against, blame, let down, gut, decry, excuse, level, objurgate, deplore, annul, designate, hold back, demolish, bring/call/hold someone to account, doom, anathematize, destine, adjudge, lambast, denounce, raze, dispraise, reprimand, pan, chafe, throttle, slag.
- blame (part of speech: verb)
- accuse (part of speech: verb)
- condemn (part of speech: verb)
- disapprove (part of speech: verb)
- imprison (part of speech: verb)
- "A Damaged Reputation", Harold Bindloss.
- "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
- "The Inside of the Cup, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.