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condemnatory (adj.)

late 16c., "conveying condemnation or censure," from Latin condemnat-, past participle stem of condemnare "to sentence, to blame" (see condemn) + -ory.

updated on February 21, 2018

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Definitions of condemnatory from WordNet

condemnatory (adj.)
containing or imposing condemnation or censure;
a condemnatory decree
Synonyms: condemning
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