Definition of 'damnation'
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There was damnation and hell in that room. Christianity Today (2000)The worst is eternal damnation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Wasn't there something in the Bible about hell and damnation as punishment for this sort of union? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Their host is a pleasant young man, but he is at risk of being consigned to the flames of eternal damnation because he lives with his girlfriend. Times, Sunday Times (2010)MY idea of eternal damnation is being stuck in a lift with a bunch of Liberal Democrats talking about proportional representation. The Sun (2010)
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