Condign

Con*dign"

(?), a. [F. condigne, L. condignus very worthy; con- + dignus worthy. See Deign, and cf. Digne.] 1. Worthy; suitable; deserving; fit. [Obs.]
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Condign and worthy praise.
Udall.
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Herself of all that rule she deemend most condign.
Spenser.
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2. Deserved; adequate; suitable to the fault or crime. "Condign censure." Milman.
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Unless it were a bloody murderer . . .
I never gave them condign punishment.
Shak.
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