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Pronunciation:

[s_ˈɛ_n_t_ə_n_s], [sˈɛntəns], [sˈɛntəns]
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Synonyms for Sentence:

condemnation (noun) judgement (noun) phrase (noun) punishment (noun) condemn (verb) imprison (verb) judge (verb) punish (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Sentence:

  1. repentance;

Quotes for Sentence:

  1. This sentence contradicts itself- no actually it doesn't. Douglas Hofstadter.
  2. The hungry judges soon the sentence sign, and wretches hang that jurymen may dine. Alexander Pope.
  3. There must be a punitive expedition against the Jews in Russia, a punitive expedition which will expect: death sentence and execution. Then the world will see the end of the Jews is also the end of Bolshevism. Julius Streicher.

Idioms of Sentence:

  1. pass sentence on;
  2. pass sentence on sm;
  3. sentence sm to sth ( for sth);

Adjectives for Sentence:

  • cryptic and sinister,
  • enigmatic, heroic,
  • exemplarily harsh,
  • unwanted but self-imposed,
  • simplest declarative,
  • more pronouncing,
  • apparently interim,
  • long, irate,
  • harsh five-year,
  • miserably brief,
  • short, unhelpful,
  • successive incisive,
  • final stark,
  • intact declarative,
  • resolute and final,
  • quick, arcane,
  • next unresponsive,
  • single petulant,
  • provocative last,
  • short, declaratory,
  • naval courtsmartial,
  • curt, dreadful,
  • complete declarative,
  • typical nominal,
  • slightly mid,
  • final, incautious,
  • lighthearted, casual,
  • smooth and utterly convincing,
  • short custodial,
  • intelligible and grammatical,
  • mandatory minimum,
  • last, accusatory,
  • terrible unjustified,
  • long, near-hysterical,
  • complete, declarative,
  • righteous and unalterable,
  • unjust capital,
  • separate indecent,
  • concise and sublime,
  • distinct and awful,
  • bimembral,
  • humiliating and terrible,
  • affirmative principal,
  • brief and unselfish,
  • short mystic,
  • single parenthetical,
  • final or unfinished,
  • swift feverish,
  • thin own,
  • thin energetic,
  • grand insuperable,
  • ambiguous and cryptic,
  • abstruse complex,
  • last descriptive,
  • last, commonplace,
  • cruel or unreasonable,
  • single dour,
  • awesome, terrifying,
  • official penal,
  • old indeterminate,
  • clear and grammatical,
  • tortuous german,
  • pompous, absurd,
  • grim and inexorable,
  • complete understandable,
  • last readable,
  • rough transitional,
  • particularly meaningful,
  • two-year minimum,
  • final revelatory,
  • mangled last,
  • last incomplete,
  • especially ridiculous,
  • useless or superfluous,
  • pronouncing final,
  • awful and humiliating,
  • puzzling mystic,
  • absurd and desperate,
  • reckless and extreme,
  • astoundingly heavy,
  • rigorously judicial,
  • brief and remarkable,
  • short pungent,
  • single, monstrous,
  • courtsmartial,
  • unjust, inhuman,
  • vague and puzzling,
  • plain true,
  • single, incredible,
  • exceptionally savage,
  • single handwritten,
  • skinny, pallid,
  • swift, incomprehensible,
  • solemn papal,
  • stiff last,
  • infinite and perpetual,
  • unjust and horrible,
  • actually pronouncing,
  • false, misleading,
  • quick, cryptic,
  • last imperfect,
  • simple factual,
  • full two-year,
  • short, rhythmic,
  • final,
  • uniquely science-fictional,
  • short, fervent,
  • next complimentary,
  • long academic,
  • neat simple,
  • perfectly indefinite,
  • short, empty,
  • less meaningful,
  • sadly inadequate,
  • same worn-out,
  • basic coherent,
  • prac-tical,
  • last infernal,
  • direct affirmative,
  • hot, short,
  • absolutely human,
  • last, painful,
  • ancient liturgical,
  • single mathematical,
  • ad\-ditional,
  • simple, foolish,
  • long, bumpy,
  • especially cruel,
  • federal capital,
  • beautiful descriptive,
  • single eloquent,
  • normal and typical,
  • long hoarse,
  • last cryptic,
  • certain puzzling,
  • short clear,
  • single angry,
  • potentially interesting,
  • last material,
  • last musical,
  • last sleepy,
  • single distinct,
  • disturbing little,
  • utterly convincing,
  • far harsher,
  • same terrifying,
  • totally incomprehensible,
  • last stern,
  • top-to-bottom,
  • particularly harsh,
  • severest possible,
  • old monotonous,
  • twenty-page,
  • drunk-driving,
  • simple and complex,
  • vast, flat,
  • long, breathless,
  • still lighter,
  • single, short,
  • simple, human,
  • clear and evident,
  • single complete,
  • such lesser,
  • occasional good,
  • short horizontal,
  • single swift,
  • final,
  • simple, instructive,
  • brief crisp,
  • rather jocular,
  • last consecutive,
  • single unpremeditated,
  • last equivocal,
  • solemn introductory,
  • probable legal,
  • crisp final,
  • significant and sinister,
  • short and incisive,
  • short inverted,
  • perfectly unambiguous,
  • final and valid,
  • long but incomplete,
  • little, difficult,
  • short, idle,
  • final belligerent,
  • unprecedented and illegal,
  • strange unfinished,
  • trial and eventual,
  • unjust and impious,
  • assertive and imperative,
  • feeble useless,
  • grammatically complete,
  • heavy declamatory,
  • beautiful introductory,
  • long penal,
  • purely indeterminate,
  • careless and unfinished,
  • last enigmatical,
  • typical and prophetic,
  • short, childish,
  • short declarative,
  • specifically science-fictional,
  • long balanced,
  • memorable and noble,
  • entire and independent,
  • somewhat sore,
  • significant and emphatic,
  • coarse and pungent,
  • occasional suggestive,
  • same oblivious,
  • sublimely pathetic,
  • single explanatory,
  • single legible,
  • partial or unjust,
  • painfully incomplete,
  • short terse,
  • absurd and atrocious,
  • unjust and severe,
  • simple, stolid,
  • false and florid,
  • last or final,
  • ancient piratical,
  • just eternal,
  • cold, curt,
  • last typewritten,
  • next grave,
  • last impetuous,
  • trial or other,
  • last playful,
  • vastly heavier,
  • harsh and mournful,
  • such deprecatory,
  • single introductory,
  • simple, awkward,
  • fourth common,
  • modern armenian,
  • everlasting and unalterable,
  • hasty and abrupt,
  • single descriptive,
  • simply idiotic,
  • clear articulate,
  • quiet, brief,
  • last portentous,
  • strong convincing,
  • authoritative literary,
  • further explanatory,
  • high and quick,
  • judicial,
  • possibly misleading,
  • brief and miserable,
  • quaint and pithy,
  • single dishonest,
  • single anonymous,
  • occasional obscure,
  • strong, convincing,
  • hasty and passionate,
  • single, glorious,
  • single, particular,
  • good and notable,
  • whole barbarous,
  • same unqualified,
  • long and virtuous,
  • brief, business-like,
  • harsh or unjust,
  • last sentimental,
  • final and unalterable,
  • last cordial,
  • long, perplexed,
  • courtmartial,
  • final and peremptory,
  • mere mock,
  • least ornate,
  • next solemn,
  • perfect last,
  • rich liquid,
  • complete and intelligible,
  • still incomprehensible,
  • short but significant,
  • single crisp,
  • complete and intelligent,
  • gracious and royal,
  • completely unintelligible,
  • bright and picturesque,
  • long and voluble,
  • true and definite,
  • occasional loose,
  • single acceptable,
  • long and languid,
  • curiously prophetic,
  • last ingenious,
  • unusually passionate,
  • short and expressive,
  • accurate and perfect,
  • last ironic,
  • same incoherent,
  • single consecutive,
  • severe and unrelenting,
  • cool and haughty,
  • single weighty,
  • definite, unmistakable,
  • formal judicial,
  • clear, well-balanced,
  • simple, lucid,
  • unjust and barbarous,
  • short compact,
  • sudden and incomprehensible,
  • wicked and infamous,
  • special short,
  • last contemptuous,
  • complete italian,
  • euphonical,
  • terse and pregnant,
  • public judicial,
  • terrible and sudden,
  • long additional,
  • malignant and vindictive,
  • own fateful,
  • harsh, short,
  • unlogical,
  • previous judicial,
  • same adverse,
  • harsh and hasty,
  • single breathless,
  • simple, normal,
  • stereotyped little,
  • apparently incomprehensible,
  • fearful and tremendous,
  • last emphatic,
  • strange involuntary,
  • vast and universal,
  • tremendous little,
  • last intelligible,
  • long mobile,
  • righteous and eternal,
  • single poetic,
  • last divine,
  • short, direct,
  • brief dry,
  • short intense,
  • highly unexpected,
  • peculiarly important,
  • gentle, careful,
  • complete miniature,
  • subtle and far-reaching,
  • horrible and fearful,
  • neat, short,
  • common simple,
  • maximum legal,
  • bold clear,
  • grim and hideous,
  • quite irrational,
  • long complex,
  • single formal,
  • rather unintelligible,
  • almost single,
  • simple and short,
  • last interesting,
  • last momentous,
  • hitherto unobserved,
  • smooth, calm,
  • else next,
  • shorter and simpler,
  • actual final,
  • unjust and violent,
  • long introductory,
  • certain momentous,
  • long clumsy,
  • single rapid,
  • brutal and savage,
  • carefully careless,
  • short, concise,
  • single splendid,
  • simple, perfect,
  • decretal,
  • long and awful,
  • single terrible,
  • remarkably easy,
  • simple, commonplace,
  • regular judicial,
  • short, plain,
  • equally vague,
  • quick, breathless,
  • eternal, unchangeable,
  • trite little,
  • single literary,
  • injunctive,
  • principal and most important,
  • sufficiently severe,
  • final brief,
  • whole amazing,
  • definitional,
  • hard and unjust,
  • simple and impressive,
  • thy fearful,
  • short low,
  • affirmative or negative,
  • devout little,
  • same joyful,
  • substantival,
  • last severe,
  • last mysterious,
  • strong, sinewy,
  • particularly significant,
  • childishly simple,
  • long breathless,
  • definite and final,
  • last delicious,
  • polite french,
  • final short,
  • absurdly inadequate,
  • short, decisive,
  • own unfinished,
  • single complex,
  • graceful french,
  • own faulty,
  • single musical,
  • brief but pregnant,
  • own diabolical,
  • great and weighty,
  • pure german,
  • just short,
  • unobtrusive little,
  • semi-literate,
  • quite irrelevant,
  • solemn and deliberate,
  • short, quiet,
  • final terrible,
  • regicidal,
  • nearest convenient,
  • truly elegant,
  • entire main,
  • truly poetical,
  • terribly heavy,
  • somewhat unsatisfactory,
  • same famous,
  • old stale,
  • acquittal,
  • rather incoherent,
  • little commonplace,
  • such final,
  • thy righteous,
  • same tremendous,
  • extra hard,
  • certain pathetic,
  • clear and correct,
  • same depressing,
  • more diabolical,
  • short, jerky,
  • much harsher,
  • same continuous,
  • rather ominous,
  • far lighter,
  • meaningless little,
  • occasional new,
  • genuine ancient,
  • absolutely accurate,
  • apologetical,
  • such decisive,
  • nice, long,
  • more impersonal,
  • general and comprehensive,
  • single definite,
  • less heavy,
  • exceedingly short,
  • almost prophetic,
  • long, wearisome,
  • single clear,
  • short, simple,
  • more childish,
  • equally well-known,
  • same musical,
  • short, dry,
  • somewhat pompous,
  • civil or ecclesiastical,
  • soft, dreamy,
  • last low,
  • strange-sounding,
  • more idle,
  • short, strong,
  • last conscious,
  • merely mortal,
  • fond and foolish,
  • lightest possible,
  • totally inadequate,
  • pious little,
  • hamiltonian,
  • unusually severe,
  • particularly sharp,
  • harsh and cruel,
  • long and intricate,
  • synodal,
  • tautological,
  • last dark,
  • fear-filled,
  • more suggestive,
  • more impassioned,
  • occasional short,
  • single central,
  • more wicked,
  • original nine-month,
  • crucial, incomplete,
  • crucial, accusatory,
  • two-year criminal,
  • deeply simple,
  • occasional glum,
  • minimum twenty-year,
  • full grammatical,
  • stiff custodial,
  • gaunt german,
  • pompous last,
  • erratic black,
  • pronouncing formal,
  • long, well-rounded,
  • awfully guttural,
  • simply graven,
  • single occasional,
  • iniquitous and unfounded,
  • astounding, stupefying,
  • ambiguous or very erroneous,
  • inverted or difficult,
  • rather platitudinous,
  • subtly musical,
  • unjustly severe,
  • oft-quoted profound,
  • greatest and most heavy,
  • pithy and suggestive,
  • awful gaelic,
  • doubly accurate,
  • severe and fitting,
  • emphatic short,
  • brief and definitive,
  • apt or witty,
  • remarkably illogical,
  • compelling, terrific,
  • unfortunate, abominable,
  • straight-out, simple,
  • pronouncing judicial,
  • simply lucid,
  • interesting but most puzzling,
  • vague and wordy,
  • somewhat obscure and elliptical,
  • pregnant and characteristic,
  • original thoughtless,
  • trifling and lenient,
  • irregular and illegal,
  • deeply pregnant,
  • straightforward declarative,
  • terse direct,
  • ridiculously appropriate,
  • ungrammatical but absolutely accurate,
  • brief, lightning-like,
  • elliptical conditional,
  • dispassionate judicial,
  • worth true,
  • logical long,
  • long conditional,
  • final, unavoidable,
  • lighter magisterial,
  • grand, brief,
  • single allegorical,
  • explicit little,
  • oppressive and unwarrantable,
  • vindictive and unheard-of,
  • savage legal,
  • coherent and articulate,
  • pungent and good,
  • acquittal or brief,
  • long and completely unintelligible,
  • ragged, shrunken,
  • scarce milder,
  • impartial and irrevocable,
  • restrictive and unjust,
  • famous indeterminate,
  • usually concomitant,
  • once pronouncing,
  • sententiously balanced,
  • pithy and brief,
  • declarative or imperative,
  • famous and unlucky,
  • vigorous and clear-cut,
  • intricate or lengthy,
  • unprofitable or superfluous,
  • last, eloquent,
  • smooth intricate,
  • grave but characteristic,
  • exquisitely definite,
  • grotesquely legal and unjust,
  • grotesquely legal,
  • foundling-hospital,
  • contemptible thy,
  • short, startling,
  • particularly significant and sinister,
  • deliberate, musical,
  • cheery, daring,
  • brutally excessive,
  • infallible, righteous and eternal,
  • simplest conditional,
  • local synodical,
  • especially diabolical,
  • unambiguous but ungrammatical,
  • perfectly unambiguous but ungrammatical,
  • wise philosophical,
  • pregnant or pivotal,
  • condemnatory or declaratory,
  • unjust and inexorable,
  • terse or sonorous,
  • grand euphonical,
  • simple but very expressive,
  • next descriptive,
  • public definitive,
  • nonchalant, bitter,
  • painfully incomplete and abrupt,
  • finely antithetical,
  • occasional double-edged,
  • turgid and ungrammatical,
  • purposely turgid and ungrammatical,
  • purposely turgid,
  • deplorably curt,
  • boldly pronouncing,
  • heaviest and most rigorous,
  • somewhat long and languid,
  • rather jacobean,
  • curt dutch,
  • short, momentous,
  • exceedingly lenient,
  • severe and brutish,
  • ethical and judicial,
  • again pronouncing,
  • undeserved, heavy,
  • original meager,
  • already pronouncing,
  • savagely vindictive,
  • promptly pronouncing,
  • whole explanatory,
  • brief but ponderous,
  • iniquitous and brutal,
  • atrocious and almost unparalleled,
  • solemn two-edged,
  • terse and modest,
  • next terse,
  • formal and somewhat pompous,
  • last ungracious,
  • offensive or unkind,
  • high fraught,
  • entire colloquial,
  • perhaps epigrammatic,
  • judicial or ecclesiastical,
  • judicial or ecclesiastical,
  • authoritative or judicial,
  • whole grammatical,
  • dependent adverbial,
  • last convoluted,
  • single haunting,
  • independent simple,
  • sure and stern,
  • same oft-repeated,
  • simple striking,
  • broad, unequivocal,
  • sharp and insulting,
  • definite and peremptory,
  • individual, intimate,
  • single satirical,
  • pronouncing capital,
  • ordinary brief,
  • stern and inevitable,
  • central and golden,
  • simple inaccurate,
  • awfully striking,
  • indirect, abstract,
  • fairly lenient,
  • comprehensive and pithy,
  • smallest criminal,
  • possibly cloying,
  • critically ambiguous,
  • single, understandable,
  • simple, bitter,
  • ridiculous or incongruous,
  • vindictive capital,
  • literary or colloquial,
  • explicit conditional,
  • historic judicial,
  • passe severe,
  • intentionally enigmatical,
  • faithful and irrevocable,
  • negative and definitive,
  • moderately grammatical,
  • buoyant and immortal,
  • strictly convertible,
  • startling, pregnant,
  • tedious weary,
  • scarcely milder,
  • amusingly significant,
  • divine and powerful,
  • regular and absolute,
  • short and mysterious,
  • single unscriptural,
  • brief but far-reaching,
  • otherwise noteworthy,
  • vivid, soulful,
  • wholly inconsequential,
  • bald but accurate,
  • occasional whole,
  • long cynical,
  • judicious and lenient,
  • last degrading,
  • heavy and weighty,
  • short analytic,
  • next intelligible,
  • finally pronouncing,
  • long, broken-backed,
  • unfair and oppressive,
  • prudent and precautionary,
  • single grave,
  • positive doctrinal,
  • grand and influential,
  • brief and angry,
  • last stinging,
  • single hideous,
  • brief, inaudible,
  • old and horrible,
  • striking and terrible,
  • last disdainful,
  • unexpectedly severe,
  • thoroughly intelligible,
  • terrible and solemn,
  • formal and explicit,
  • single pregnant,
  • judicial and penal,
  • same dogmatic,
  • comparatively lenient,
  • lovely gentle,
  • thy harsh,
  • horrible and dreadful,
  • perpetual spiritual,
  • same proverbial,
  • occasional single,
  • single superfluous,
  • mild and equitable,
  • long, unintelligible,
  • brief but solemn,
  • brief, pithy,
  • single unimportant,
  • severe and terrible,
  • long and roundabout,
  • swift decisive,
  • good innocent,
  • remarkably bold,
  • more judicial,
  • last coherent,
  • single useful,
  • brief and bitter,
  • longest single,
  • best conceivable,
  • thoroughly characteristic,
  • court-ordered,
  • al thy,
  • short, harsh,
  • final,
  • old stupid,
  • still unfinished,
  • same harsh,
  • somewhat lighter,
  • remarkable new,
  • wise and humane,
  • awfully long,
  • ever memorable,
  • more atrocious,
  • same short,
  • two-month,
  • unscriptural,
  • new and frequent,
  • fully coherent,
  • unexpectedly mild,
  • equally cryptic,
  • real stiff,
  • former unjust,
  • strange, unbidden,
  • stern, short,
  • suitable and adequate,
  • judicial or legislative,
  • single terse,
  • last judicial,
  • bitter and severe,
  • single sudden,
  • long convoluted,
  • short pithy,
  • single intellectual,
  • grave and deliberate,
  • partial and unjust,
  • harsh and unjust,
  • complete musical,
  • long simple,
  • more shameless,
  • more unjust,
  • apparently capricious,
  • short simple,
  • short, pithy,
  • rather ambiguous,
  • last mournful,
  • brief, sharp,
  • last sharp,
  • single simple,
  • single brief,
  • own thy,
  • extraordinarily long,
  • cruel little,
  • far heavier,
  • six-year,
  • adverbial,
  • last important,
  • concise and difficult,
  • dull, incomparable,
  • savory and solemn,
  • gloomy and true,
  • appeal, unerring,
  • ferocious and muffled,
  • particularly well-balanced,
  • absurd, shameful,
  • minimum ten-year,
  • degrading and demeaning,
  • complete, coherent,
  • shamefully unjust,
  • fairly articulate,
  • coherent and fairly articulate,
  • last heartless,
  • absolutely indeterminate,
  • blatantly unfair,
  • heavy empty,
  • cruel unjust,
  • single grammatical,
  • discretionary or arbitrary,
  • single pithy,
  • last bald,
  • unmarked and undistinguished,
  • secret but irrevocable,
  • partial and ambiguous,
  • brilliant cartesian,
  • quite short and easy,
  • plain additional,
  • single colloquial,
  • final and unanimous,
  • elegant and pregnant,
  • quick, liquid,
  • perfect final,
  • single intelligible,
  • cruel and ignominious,
  • short and pithy,
  • simple short,
  • single quiet,
  • nine-month,
  • gestural,
  • mere simple,
  • quite short,
  • public-service,
  • arbitral,
  • more frightful,
  • more rigorous,
  • cartesian,
  • three-month,
  • previous unfortunate,
  • universal and inevitable,
  • new and particular,
  • violent and cruel,
  • last brief,
  • unjust and cruel,
  • apparently meaningless,
  • almost inevitable,
  • antithetical,
  • clear and civilised,
  • mysterious and apparently meaningless,
  • blithe, crisp,
  • victoriously intricate,
  • final irreversible,
  • rome final,
  • direct or inverted,
  • trite commonplace,
  • severe and irrevocable,
  • impossibly strange,
  • entirely direct,
  • minimum mandatory,
  • good, meaty,
  • short familiar,
  • rather tangled,
  • short decisive,
  • six-month,
  • whole long,
  • last short,
  • more expressive,
  • ten-day,
  • parenthetical,
  • heartening,
  • final explanatory,
  • markedly severe,
  • entire and regular,
  • non-custodial,
  • grammatically correct,
  • former cruel,
  • needlessly formal,
  • absolute indeterminate,
  • simple, declarative,
  • easy, simple,
  • declaratory,
  • one-word,
  • fifty-year,
  • more merciful,
  • own last,
  • long german,
  • less severe,
  • elegiac,
  • mile-long,
  • curiously plausible,
  • intelligible, intelligent,
  • solemn individual,
  • serious and positive,
  • single coherent,
  • cruel and unjust,
  • somewhat obscure,
  • well-rounded,
  • more severe,
  • single, casual,
  • well-balanced,
  • last unfinished,
  • brief but comprehensive,
  • nine-year,
  • forty-year,
  • thirty-year,
  • penultimate,
  • harshest,
  • good long,
  • ungrammatical,
  • three-year,
  • two-year,
  • five-year,
  • colloquial,
  • determinate,
  • court-martial,
  • epigrammatic,
  • irreversible,
  • more lenient,
  • compound,
  • elliptical,
  • articulate,
  • single german,
  • oft-quoted,
  • affirmative,
  • peremptory,
  • simple declarative,
  • unanimous,
  • curt,
  • imperative,
  • mandatory,
  • single short,
  • explanatory,
  • severest,
  • twenty-year,
  • enigmatical,
  • custodial,
  • penal,
  • ignominious,
  • unintelligible,
  • ambiguous,
  • cryptic,
  • periodic,
  • ten-year,
  • decisive,
  • introductory,
  • grammatical,
  • condemnatory,
  • milder,
  • lenient,
  • terse,
  • papal,
  • pithy,
  • barbarous,
  • iniquitous,
  • incomplete,
  • righteous,
  • pregnant,
  • irrevocable,
  • intelligible,
  • lighter,
  • conditional,
  • declarative,
  • coherent,
  • definitive,
  • dreadful,
  • cruel,
  • capital,
  • severe,
  • unjust,
  • judicial,
  • pronouncing,
  • indeterminate,
  • unfinished,
  • brief,
  • final,
  • short,
  • next,
  • single.
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