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adjective as in aggrieved

adjective as in misled

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We urge Congress to act swiftly to restore and strengthen the powers of the agency so we can make wronged consumers whole.

If the allegations are false, Cosby has been grievously wronged with his reputation forever tainted.

How can we have wronged Mexico, he asks, if “many people in Mexico today wish the United States had kept all of Mexico?”

“I want to bring those who have wronged me to justice,” said the Viper to Tyrion in the previous episode.

In the letter, Bo claimed that he was wronged and “the truth will come out one day.”

“We forgive them,” Fariba replied, explaining that they believed in compassion for all humanity, even for those who wronged them.

On the other hand, if the insured has been wronged, the courts furnish relief, and perhaps may set the policy aside.

If A writes a libel, and B prints it and C publishes it, the person wronged may sue all jointly, or either one of them separately.

My poor son would have been despoiled and wronged like the king, my husband, and I should have been the cause of it.

But I am so thoroughly Byronian, so deeply convinced that he has been wronged by everybody, that my impression cannot be trusted.

An agony of shame rushed over the wronged, insulted, humiliated beauty.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wronged, such as: disturbed, grieving, oppressed, persecuted, afflicted, and depressed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.