- v. Simple past tense and past participle of condone.
“While I like your idea that they felt as though the use of the word condoned the act, I think sadly that it may just be another instance of American ostrich-ism.”
“It's yet another step in the national embarrassment known as condoned bigotry against members of the LGBT community by the religious right, fully sanctioned by many of the people of this and other states.”
“I am speaking of the ease with which motives are impugned, lifestyles derogated, name-calling condoned, individuals and groups demonized.”
“It overlooked, and yet by cunning phrase condoned, every unfriendly act of England during our civil war.”
“Her lawsuit also charges that Disney parks have a history of fondling complaints involving workers, and that that Disney has "condoned" their actions, putting profits over public safety.”
“I think the repblicans have incited these actions. main culprits Sarah Palin and John McCain L"condoned" these actions.”
“Maybe Cho's outburst will finally put to rest all this ethnocentric, paternalistic handwringing over suicide bombers and shame all these Westerners who've been wagging their fatherly fingers at Islam for having "condoned" such a morally corrupt tactic.”
“Wilson's comments clearly implied that he knew that Rove was the leaker, but last week Wilson backtracked, saying only that he knew that Rove had "condoned" the leak.”
“And this was a King whose Queen "condoned" everything.”
“In that of his housekeeper, whom he could not libel with impunity, and without possible defence; of an apprentice whom he could not maltreat lawlessly, even if the boy "condoned" original ill-usage; of a scullion, whose wages he could not refuse on the plea that she is legally "non-existent"; of the day-labourer, with whom he would not argue that his signature to a contract is "worthless.”
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