1. an admission that you have failed to do or be something you know you should do or be
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How To Use self-condemnation In A Sentence

  • `Parsifal" became alliterative in his self-condemnation, the words `treachery", `treason", `turncoat" and `traitor" frequently on his lips. LOHENGRIN
  • Oh, that by these and the like ways we might manifest our self-condemnation and abhorrency for all that distrust and staggering at the word of God, which arising from unbelief, hath had such deplorable issues upon all our counsels and undertakings! The Sermons of John Owen
  • The tragic spirit and self-condemnation of Karjelina has kept us interested in understanding her charm.
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