Synonyms of condemn in English:

condemn


See definition of condemn

verb

1‘he condemned such players for dragging the name of football through the dirt’

SYNONYMS

censure, criticize, castigate, attack, denounce, deplore, decry, revile, inveigh against, blame, chastise, berate, upbraid, reprimand, rebuke, reprove, reprehend, take to task, find fault with, give someone a bad press, give something a bad press

deprecate, disparage

informal slam, hammer, lay into, cane, blast

British informal slate, slag off, have a go at

archaic slash, reprobate

rare excoriate, vituperate, arraign, objurgate, anathematize

ANTONYMS

praise, commend

2‘the rebels had been condemned to death’

SYNONYMS

sentence, pass sentence on

convict, find guilty

ANTONYMS

acquit

3‘the pool has been condemned as a health hazard’

SYNONYMS

declare unfit, declare unsafe

denounce, criticize

4‘she could see in his eyes that her mistake had condemned her’

SYNONYMS

incriminate, prove to be guilty, prove one's guilt, implicate

archaic inculpate

5‘the physical ailments that condemned him to a lonely childhood’

SYNONYMS

doom, destine, damn, foredoom, foreordain, mark someone out for

consign, assign

rare predoom