condign

[adj] - fitting or appropriate and deserved
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Condign

Con¬∑dign' adjective [ French condigne , Latin condignus very worthy; con- + dignus worthy. See Deign , and confer Digne .] 1. Worthy; suitable; deserving; fit. [ Obsolete] « Condign and worthy praise. Udall. » « H...
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condign

adjective fitting or appropriate and deserved; used especially of punishment; `condign censure`
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Condign

• (a.) Worthy; suitable; deserving; fit. • (a.) Deserved; adequate; suitable to the fault or crime.
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condign

condign 1. Deserved; adequate. 2. Well-deserved; fitting; adequate; such as, a condign punishment. 3. Etymology: from Middle English condigne, then from Old French, previously from Latin condignus; from com-, 'together, with' + dignus, 'worthy'.
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condign

well-deserved; fitting; appropriate
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