condemn (someone or something) as (something)

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condemn (someone or something) as (something)

To judge someone or something harshly and unfavorably. The other troops have condemned me as a traitor. The actress was quick to condemn the report as slander.
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condemn someone as something

to blame or judge someone as being something bad. The team condemned Larry as a traitor. Max was condemned as a common thief.
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As a result, writes Rosminian Father David McClaurin in The Tablet, after Rosmini's death in 1855, "his posthumously published works were picked over," and, "in what must surely be one of church history's most shameless acts of character assassination," a set of "Forty Propositions," taken out of the context of Rosmini's writings and thought, were condemned as heretical by the Holy Office--the predecessor to the CDF--and Rosmini's collected works were banned from Catholic teaching.