Definition of Wrongfulness

1. Noun. That which is contrary to the principles of justice or law. "He feels that you are in the wrong"

Exact synonyms: Wrong
Generic synonyms: Injustice, Unjustness
Antonyms: Right, Rightfulness
Derivative terms: Wrong, Wrong, Wrongful, Wrongful, Wrongful



Definition of Wrongfulness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being wrongful. ¹

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Definition of Wrongfulness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Wrongfulness

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wrongfooting
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wrongful birth
wrongful conduct
wrongful death
wrongful death statute
wrongful death statutes
wrongful dismissal
wrongful dismissals
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wrongfulness (current term)
wrongfulnesses
wrongheaded
wrongheadedly
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wrongless
wrongly
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wroot

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