Definition of condonation in English:

condonation

Pronunciation /kənˌdōˈnāSH(ə)n/ /kənˌdoʊˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See condone

‘That sounds like condonation of sloth, indiscipline, unethical behaviour, and disregard of responsibility.’
  • ‘Victory in any Assembly or Parliamentary election is no endorsement of crime, nor can it be considered as any condonation of conduct.’
  • ‘Also, our Olympia report (last issue) was hardly a condonation of how the contest officially ended.’
  • ‘He had to resign over his apparent condonation of Mussolini's conquests in the Abyssinian War.’
  • ‘Learn to recognise their behaviour and withdraw all social condonation of their actions.’