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used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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force into an undesired activity or situation — such as to legally sentence someone to punishment


find guilty — especially in court (and sometimes to death)


provide the means of finding guilty
  • Now he was condemned to crawl through the filth of a pig's sty, picking up feces with his bare hands and cramming handfuls of the animal's feed into his mouth to save himself from starving to death.
    p. 286.7
condemned = forced into an undesired situation
  • Expecting to learn that he was condemned to execution, he was told something else: A Japanese navy ship was coming to Kwajalein, and he was going to be put on it and taken to a POW camp in Yokohama, Japan.
    p. 188.4
  • condemned = legally sentenced (to punishment)
  • When Jesus had lifted up himself, and saw no one but the woman, he said unto her, Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee?
    p. 372.9
  • condemned = sentenced to death
  • And Jesus said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more.
    p. 372.9
  • condemn = sentence to death
  • And your own words, and your own thoughts, and your own deeds, are going to condemn you as you stand before God on that day.
    p. 373.4
condemn = find guilty
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