Verb(1) excuse, overlook, or make allowances for; be lenient with
(1) No matter where you are from, you cannot condone this behaviour.(2) However, it did find that the state was in no way complicit in, nor did it encourage or condone , such behaviour.(3) We're never asked to identify with Walter, to fully understand his impulses, or condone his past behaviour.(4) This was not a school agreed protest and we did not sanction this or condone it in any way.(5) Equally, I do not condone the supply of arms to such regimes, sanctioned by our own successive governments.(6) Although we can't condone such fraudulent behaviour, it must come as a relief to his family to see him in gainful employment at last.(7) Only with great reluctance does Moses condone the possible introduction of a monarchy in the future.(8) We don't often condone active political behaviour here at Directory but the least you can do is be part of the election.(9) the college cannot condone any behavior that involves illicit drugs(10) the college cannot condone any behaviour that involves illicit drugs(11) The issue of alleged nuclear proliferation, though not condonable , was also overblown by the West and a section of the country's Press with a purpose.(12) The report reluctantly condones car sharing, provided that the subjects of this report - the so-called socially excluded - don't own one themselves.(13) What I saw was not condonable , for he did not deserve forgiveness for such an atrocious deed such as this wanton destruction.(14) If people are attracted into a particular structure and the structure allows and condones criminal behaviour, when does that cross over into actually being a criminal organisation?(15) We are appalled at the irresponsible attitude you have displayed in condoning such anti-social behaviour.(16) Quickly becoming public enemy No1 for condoning Roy Keane's behaviour, Dunphy predicted Ireland were not good enough and at half-time warned of more goals against.
1. disregard ::
2. accept ::
3. allow ::
4. let pass ::
5. turn a blind eye to ::
6. overlook ::
7. forget ::
8. forgive ::
9. pardon ::
10. excuse ::
11. let go ::
Different Formscondone, condoned, condones, condoning
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