Definition for CON-DEM-NA'TION

CON-DEM-NA'TION, n. [L. condemnatio.]

  1. The act of condemning; the judicial act of declaring one guilty, and dooming him to punishment. For the judgment was by one to condemnation. – Rom. v.
  2. The state of being condemned. Dost thou not fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation. – Luke xxiii.
  3. The cause or reason of a sentence of condemnation. – John iii.

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