1 censure, blame, criticize, remonstrate with or against, denounce, disparage, reproach, rebuke, reprove, scold, reprimand, upbraid:
The council was condemned for failing to provide adequate health care.
2 convict, find guilty; sentence, doom:
The judge condemned them to twenty years imprisonment.
3 Usually, condemned. doomed, damned, destined, fated, ordained, foreordained; consigned:
He has been condemned to wander forever.
fiercely, roundly, strongly, vehemently, vigorously, vociferously | unequivocally, utterly | unanimously, universally | openly, publicly
She publicly condemned the opposition leader.
He was roundly condemned for his mistake.
be widely condemned
The action has been widely condemned by human rights groups.
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