damnation definition

  • noun:
    • The act of damning or perhaps the problem of being damned.
    • Condemnation to everlasting punishment; doom.
    • Everlasting discipline.
    • Failure or ruination sustained by undesirable criticism.
    • their state of being damned; condemnation; honestly expressed disapprobation.
    • Condemnation to everlasting punishment in the future condition, or perhaps the discipline it self.
    • The state to be damned; condemnation; freely expressed disapprobation.
    • Condemnation to everlasting discipline in the foreseeable future state, or the discipline it self.
    • A sin worth everlasting discipline.
    • Condemnation; undesirable wisdom; judicial sentence; doom.
    • [this is actually the good sense where term is employed inside authorized version of this new Testament: in the modified variation, in some passages condemnation (Mat. xxiii. 14; Mark xii. 40), in others view (Mat. xxiii. 33; John v. 29; 1 Cor. xi. 29), is replaced because of it.]
    • Specifically In theology, condemnation to discipline as time goes on state; sentence to endless punishment.
    • some thing meriting endless discipline.
    • The act of censuring or condemning by open disapproval, as by hissing or any other appearance of disapprobation.
    • applied as a profane expletive.
    • their state to be condemned to eternal punishment in Hell
    • the work of damning
  • interjection:
    • always show anger or irritation. See Local Note at tarnation.

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