Definition of condoner in English:



See condone

‘Nevertheless, Jarausch's focus on the effects of the post-atrocity court's work on the community from which the perpetrators (and condoners) sprang is helpful.’
  • ‘Before it tears you up inside though, you get to live a dichotomous life of choosing to be the silent indirect condoner or the nagging battleaxe.’
  • ‘Heaven does NOT await those who are enablers, promoters and condoners of death.’
  • ‘Then, among the many - the betrayers, the condoners, the prejudiced, the fearful, the uncertain - there were the few who stood up for humane and decent values.’
  • ‘I'm not an outright condoner of piracy, but I think the issue of intellectual property rights should be viewed from a balanced perspective.’