Meaning of condemnable in English:

condemnable

Pronunciation /kənˈdɛmnəb(ə)l/

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adjective

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‘But killing their fellow God-created human beings in order to attain their personal salvation is a blatantly selfish and the most condemnable inhumane act, morally and theologically.’
  • ‘Individually, each of these actions is condemnable.’
  • ‘Why is it condemnable to craft songs with harmonies and choruses so finely constructed they immediately bring to mind some of modern rock's best and brightest talents?’
  • ‘Their behaviour may be cruel, condemnable and seemingly inexplicable but seldom beyond understanding.’
  • ‘Does that make their protest less valuable, more condemnable?’
  • ‘The former is commonplace and condemnable, while the latter is true charity and reflects character.’