damnation (Meaning)

Wordnet

damnation (n)

the act of damning

the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell

Webster

damnation (n.)

The state of being damned; condemnation; openly expressed disapprobation.

Condemnation to everlasting punishment in the future state, or the punishment itself.

A sin deserving of everlasting punishment.

damnation Sentence Examples

  1. The preacher warned of eternal damnation for those who strayed from the path of righteousness.
  2. In the eyes of some, the mere act of questioning their beliefs was enough to warrant damnation.
  3. The villain's actions seemed to seal his fate for eternal damnation in the afterlife.
  4. She feared the possibility of her soul's damnation if she couldn't atone for her sins.
  5. The concept of hell and damnation was a central theme in many medieval works of literature.
  6. He felt as though he was on the brink of damnation, unable to escape the cycle of sin.
  7. The fear of damnation kept many adherents in line with the doctrines of their faith.
  8. Despite his pleas for mercy, he was resigned to accept his fate of eternal damnation.
  9. The character's journey in the novel explored themes of redemption and salvation from damnation.
  10. The cult preached a message of salvation from damnation, promising followers a path to enlightenment.

FAQs About the word damnation

the act of damning, the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in HellThe state of being damned; condemnation; openly expressed disapprobation., Condemn

punishment, condemnation, penalty, retribution,wrath, castigation, censure, perdition, comeuppance, denunciation

benediction, benediction, blessing, forgiveness, remission, remission, blessing, absolution, absolution,forgiveness

The preacher warned of eternal damnation for those who strayed from the path of righteousness.

In the eyes of some, the mere act of questioning their beliefs was enough to warrant damnation.

The villain's actions seemed to seal his fate for eternal damnation in the afterlife.

She feared the possibility of her soul's damnation if she couldn't atone for her sins.