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condign (adjective), more condign, most condign
1. Conveying what is well-deserved, fitting, or adequate: Tommy's mother gave him a condign punishment of being restricted to his room for the afternoon because he was throwing rocks at the neighbor's dog.
2. Etymology: from Middle English condigne, then from Old French, previously from Latin condignus; from com-, "together, with" + dignus, "worthy".
A deserved punishment.
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