Thesaurus / wrongdoing

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Another option, viewed more positively by the committee at the time, was to simply remove chefs from the nominee list who had been accused of wrongdoing, and to vote again.
In accepting the terms of the probation, Zandvliet did not admit to wrongdoing.
Arrested for allegedly staging a hate crime against himself in January 2019, Smollett avoided prosecution or even making an admission of wrongdoing when Foxx’s office dropped the charges.
Lovelace Women’s Hospital did not admit to any wrongdoing but reported that the practice has been halted.
Grant has denied all allegations of wrongdoing and said he will “trust the process” that the City Council has set up to investigate Pender’s allegations, according to NBC Washington.
In her letter clearing Browder of wrongdoing following the shooting, then-District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis said she believed it was reasonable for him to have believed he was in imminent danger, and therefore the shooting was lawful.
He did a good deal of serious thinking throughout the day, and saw and felt his wrongdoing.
I am very unhappy, and if you will give up Lola I will forget all your wrongdoing.
OPERAS EVERY CHILD SHOULD KNOWMARY SCHELL HOKE BACON
Beneath the life that you have seen there has been another—God only knows how full of wrongdoing and disgrace and shame.
THE MANXMANHALL CAINE
Indignation was in the asking—that and an incredulous disbelief that here had been any wrongdoing.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB

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