Blame and Condemn


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Blame verb – To express one's unfavorable opinion of the worth or quality of.
Usage example: more concerned with pleasing audiences, the playwright has always claimed to be indifferent to whether critics praise his comedies or blame them without mercy

Condemn is a synonym for blame in censure topic. In some cases you can use "Condemn" instead a verb "Blame", when it comes to topics like criticize, speech, accuse. popular alternative
Nearby Words: blameless, blamed, blaming, blameful
Synonyms for Blame


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Condemn verb – To declare to be morally wrong or evil.
Usage example: it is a sign of human progress that slavery, which was once common, is now universally condemned

Blame is a synonym for condemn in censure topic. You can use "Blame" instead a verb "Condemn", if it concerns topics such as speech, denounce, criticize. popular alternative
Nearby Words: condemnation, condemning, condemnatory
Synonyms for Condemn

Common collocations

person blame person condemn person
man blame man condemn man
woman blame woman condemn woman
people blame people condemn people
Other nouns: someone, actions, child, anyone, player, humans.

Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / Christopher Columbus Historical Villain Upgrade: Other re-tellings of his voyage tend to condemn him and blame the entire plight of the Native Americans on him.
  • They are quick to condemn and hate Asuka for everything and anything, but no matter what he does, they always forgive him, are supportive or blame it on Asuka.
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