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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to wrong:   (340 results)

aright, compensate, correct, correctly, redress, right, rightfulness

Often used in the same context:
correct, incorrect, right, stupid, amiss, erroneous, dishonest, wrongheaded, misguided, bad, foolish, flawed, untrue, illogical, ridiculous, ludicrous, faulty, inaccurate, terrible, unwise, irresponsible, unacceptable, crazy, dumb, horrible, what, counterproductive, irrelevant, mad, idiotic, immoral, okay, fishy, absurd, lousy, irrational, disrespectful, indefensible, opposite, confusing, screwy, disprovable, overcritical, naive, silly, unfair, false, incompetent, reprehensible, untruthful, inefficacious, unethical, different, reckless, unhelpful, unchivalrous, disingenuous, awful, disastrous, problematic, misrepresentative, daft, misleading, contrary, hopeless, contradictory, hypocritical, shortsighted, unprofessional, inconsistent, backward, scarey, innocent, negligent, insane, clear, good, unjust, ignorant, unpatriotic, unreasonable, ashamed, culpable, unworkable, likin, clueless, arrogant, unexcusable, foolhardy, sorry, proper, unfortunate, hairbrained, disgraceful, infallible, unconscionable, unforgivable, perverse, strange, untenable, useless, incapable, injustice, wrongs, iniquity, sin, transgression, affront, injustices, misdeed, evil, outrage, violation, dereliction, grievance, wrongdoing, crime, indignity, misdeeds, oppressions, unfairness, falsehood, same, sane, easiest, sensible, wiser, better, commonsensical, def1nite, ent, considered, definite, expedient, safest, saner

More specific:
aggrieve, sandbag, victimise, victimize

Appears in the definition of:
., access, action, action at law, algorithm error, allurement, amends, anger, arraign, atonement, avenge, be amiss, blamable, blameable, blameful, blameworthy, censurable, charge, chemistry, complaint, condemnation, conscientious, culpable, danger, demonstrably, despair, desperation, develop, disapprobation, disapprove, doubly, electric shock, erase, error, ethic, ethical motive, ethics, evil, evilness, expiation, exposure, fancied, fault, fine, fraud in the factum, get back, granny, granny knot, grievance, high horse, immoral, impugn, incensed, indignant, ineptness, innocence, intuition, ira, ire, know, lead astray, legal action, misaddress, misapplication, misapply, misapprehend, misconceive, misconstrual, misconstruction, misconstrue, misdate, misdeliver, misdirect, misguide, misguided, misinterpret, misinterpretation, mislead, misplace, misplaced, misplay, mistake, mistaken, mistaking, misunderstand, misunderstanding, misuse, moral, morality, morals, moral excellence, moral obligation, moral principle, murphy's law, neutral, no, obviously, outraged, perversion, plain, plainly, policy maker, pretend, purity, reclaim, rectify, reform, regenerate, regret, reject, reparation, retaliate, revenge, rue, ruefulness, satisfaction, scold, scrupulous, seducer, settle, shank, shock, shredder, sight, sinlessness, sod's law, solicitation, sorrow, sovereign immunity, spell, stress, traffic lane, trenchant, umbrageous, unconscientious, uncorrected, unsuitability, unsuitableness, value-system, value orientation, vexing, virtue, virtuousness, wicked, wrath, wrong-site surgery

More general:
do by, handle, injustice, misconduct, treat, unjustness, wrongdoing

amiss, awry, base, condemnable, criminal, damage, deplorable, dishonorable, dishonourable, erroneous, fallacious, false, haywire, ill-timed, ill timed, immoral, improper, inaccurate, inappropriate, incorrect, incorrectly, inopportune, inside, legal injury, malfunctioning, mis, misguided, mistaken, nonfunctional, out of order, reprehensible, the matter, unethical, unseasonable, unsuitable, untimely, untrue, wrongfulness, wrongheaded, wrongly

Also try:
— Nouns for wrong: way, side, place, direction, thing, time, things, end, man, kind, impression, more...

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