Asserting something incorrect or untrue. (adjective)
Immoral, not good, bad. (adjective)
Improper; unfit; unsuitable. (adjective)
Not working; out of order. (adjective)
Designed to be worn or placed inward; as, the wrong side of a garment or of a piece of cloth. (adjective)
In a way that isn't right; done incorrectly; wrongly. (adverb)
Something that is immoral or not good. (noun)
An instance of wronging someone (sometimes with possessive to indicate the wrongdoer). (noun)
The incorrect or unjust position or opinion. (noun)
The opposite of right; the concept of badness. (noun)
To treat unjustly; to injure or harm. (verb)
To deprive of some right, or to withhold some act of justice. (verb)
To slander; to impute evil to unjustly. (verb)
Examples of word wrong
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Government in doing good, provided we can do so without at the same time aiding it in the wrong it perpetrates, this must mean, of course, that it is right to aid and obey a Government _in doing wrong_, if we think that, on the whole, the Government effects more good than harm.
It is wrong, _dead wrong_, to start, or carry along, on the opposite track, and try to persuade men to do the right thing, by dwelling on the awful consequence of doing the wrong thing.
Bible should to them, and to every Christian, be the _only_ standard of what is right and wrong; and so, in the same manner, when they said that it was _wrong_, he required them also to prove it from Scripture.
And after all, even supposing that Pascal is wrong; even supposing that making his grand wager he put his money upon the _wrong horse_, does that diminish the tragedy of his position?