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condemnation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcondemnationcon‧dem‧na‧tion /ˌkɒndəmˈneɪʃən, -dem- $ ˌkɑːn-/ ●○○ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DISAPPROVEan expression of very strong disapproval of someone or something, especially something you think is morally wrongcondemnation of 🔊 There was widespread international condemnation of the bombing.
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condemnationIt is no condemnation of those people, but that is semi-skilled or unskilled work.Critics point out the neighborhood had been living under the threat of condemnation for 10 years, while urban renewal was debated.However, such public condemnation and the associated moral outrage can, on occasions, be strangely muted.Such condemnation was not, of course, new.It does not need research to show that no such sweeping condemnation can be passed upon the statute before us.Their condemnation of the award is not a good omen.Its analysis of police culture was certainly incisive and accurate, as can be judged by its wholesale condemnation.condemnation ofOne of Grahame's frequent themes is the condemnation of intolerance.
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