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Synonyms for condemn

Synonyms for condemn

to feel or express strong disapproval of

to pronounce judgment against

Synonyms for condemn

express strong disapproval of

declare or judge unfit for use or habitation

compel or force into a particular state or activity

demonstrate the guilt of (someone)

pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law

appropriate (property) for public use

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but when I see violence like the killing of three innocent Israelis I am going to condemn it -- like we condemned the settler violence against a Palestinian family [in the village of Douma].
We strongly condemn this brutal and cowardly attack and reiterate our repudiation of any such assault on freedom of speech, even speech that mocks faiths and religious figures.
Foreign and Commonwealth Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Hugh Robertson said that the British government condemns all forms of terrorism.
In a written statement, the BDP said its party condemns the attack directed at Kylycdaroy-lu and that some reports claiming the assailant was a BDP member have been published in the media.
It also "urge[d] all members of Bahraini society to condemn and renounce all forms of violence.
The statement called on all free people in the world to condemn this act and face the conspiracy targeting Syria.
As we strongly condemn this terrorist criminal act and offer deepest condolences over the victims to the brotherly Syria, leadership and people, we are all confidence that the awareness of the Syrian people and their leadership will be able to uproot terrorism that targets Syria's safety and the region's security" said Mansour in a statement.
I strongly condemn the terrorist attack in Dyiarbakir province," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in a statement.
Shesaid that "the United States condemns this appalling attack in the strongest possible terms.
The secretary general condemns the bombing that took place this morning in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli," his press office said in a statement.
In my research I found that there's really no context for homosexuality in the Bible," he said, noting that Leviticus also condemns eating shrimp and wearing clothing made of two fabrics.
Canadian and American missioners wanting to work for the Anglican Church in the Province of the West Indies will be restricted to those willing to "accept" the church's standard of teaching and practice on homosexuality, which bans the blessing of same-sex unions but condemns "irrational fear of homosexuals.
I am deeply disturbed by the harsh manner in which the editor of CI condemns Father Somerville.
Security Council (UNSC) statement which condemns recent waves of terrorist attacks in Iraq.
Now Paul's condemnation of the judge who condemns others can--and does--apply to anyone ("whoever you are") whose primary approach to sin is to zero in on someone else's, while at the same time doing the "same things.