wrongly[ rawng, rong ]SEE DEFINITION OF wrongly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WRONGLY
His motive in doing so is that the wrongly suspected may be cleared.
Falsepeace insisted that he was wrongly named in the indictment.
Light and heavy are wrongly explained with reference to a lower and higher in place.
There was a sort of scoff in it which rightly or wrongly he took to himself.
They run a great risk of not understanding them at all, or of understanding them wrongly.
That was the word the sloppy copyist of yesteryear had wrongly transcribed.
Rightly or wrongly, the man's story inspired me with a dreadful sympathy.
The "Gesta" have been wrongly attributed to Pierre Bercheur.
The date 1328 has long but wrongly been believed to be the true one.
It is curious to note how some of these famous sayings have been wrongly assigned.