In utter helplessness, they confess the truth that condemns themselves; they say unto him "The first.
The parable condemns persecution, but it seems not to bear upon discipline at all.
The articles, prepositions, and such, cannot in serious verse stand as rhymes, under the same rule which condemns the separation of the adjective from its substantive in the next line.
Aristotle condemns usury because it is the most extreme and dangerous form of chrematistic acquisition, or the art of making money for its own sake.
Plutarch develops the argument that money is sterile, and condemns the practices of contemporary money-lenders as unjust.
When a man hastily condemns the faults of his neighbor, without feeling any love or compassion, it is an evident sign that he is altogether void of God, and of his merciful spirit.
Tertullian tells us, "We are then absolved by God, when the world condemns us.
It is not, however, the indwelling sin that condemns a man, but the reigning sin.
And it is nature that according to his argument really condemns man.
It is to preserve the family that society condemns the natural child.
Beaufort as depraved, and condemns Shakespeare for having endowed Humphry, Duke of Gloucester, with merit of which he deprived the memory of Cardinal Beaufort.
In both parts of the Annals, he displays the same spirit of contradiction; first he praises, then condemns the same things; in the last part he defends Popular Revels (XIV.
The Senator condemns it; South Carolina condemns it: but South Carolina is only a part of this Confederacy, and but a part of the Christian and civilized world.
It provides that the tests, coupled with the electoral franchise, shall not prevail in the election of delegates, and thus impliedly condemns them.
In his effort to absolve and exalt her Petrarch of course condemns himself, and so justifies Augustine's contention.
Xenophanes not only condemns these poets for having ascribed to the Gods discreditable exploits, but even calls in question the existence of the Gods, and ridicules the anthropomorphic conception which pervaded the Hellenic faith.
Herakleitus condemns such pretensions of particular states to separate stability, inasmuch as it keeps back the legitimate action of the universal force, in the work of destruction and renovation.
Kippis condemns Sir Symonds D'Ewes for his admiration of two anagrams, expressive of the feelings of the times.
It is curious to observe how the narrative seems to have perplexed Hume, who, from some preconceived system, condemns Buckingham "for the falsity of this long narrative, as calculated entirely to mislead the parliament.
Indeed, Cato condemns himself by the advice he gave to his dearly loved son.
Augustine condemns the Seleucians for this among other heresies, that they denied a visible Paradise.
Thou knowest well the law which condemnssuch offenders to lose an ear.
If it were true that socialism aspires to "the equality of all individuals," it would be correct to assert that Darwinism irrevocably condemns it.
No matter how powerful a State is, it is not above feeling the vast difference between doing something that nobody condemns and something that everybodycondemns except the interested parties.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "condemns" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.