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Synonyms for damnation



Synonyms for damnation

a denunciation invoking a wish or threat of evil or injury

Synonyms for damnation

the act of damning

the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell

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"And Roman Catholicism sin, and sin damnation. Thou are in a parlous state, Angel Clare."
He tried to think it all out; it was very exciting, since his whole life seemed concerned (he thought his decision on this matter must profoundly affect its course) and a mistake might lead to eternal damnation; but the more he reflected the more convinced he was; and though during the next few weeks he read books, aids to scepticism, with eager interest it was only to confirm him in what he felt instinctively.
for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.'
And the promises I made her just now, too-- Damnation! But--who knows?--perhaps she would have made a new man of me somehow.
No silver will I give thee, unless I were to pour it molten down thy avaricious throat no, not a silver penny will I give thee, Nazarene, were it to save thee from the deep damnation thy whole life has merited!
"Damnation!" said the voice, speaking this time to some one outside.