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The rulers of Havana reduce all things to simple right or wrong, East or West, in or out, yours or ours.

The notion that you’re not going to have controversy is wrong.

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After the game, though, Kelly knew something was wrong when Saint John’s Athletic Director Pete Strickland waved to her.

No way, he decided, would a Detroit or Washington player go home and hear Aqib Talib get something wrong.

You'll be able to read about how addictive that Porsche was in the near future, but obviously it was the wrong tool for this particular job.

They did wrong, and whether you call that wrong "heckling" or something else does not alter its wrongness.

I rested my hand again on Cobber's head - and the wrongness was stronger.

But its wrongness gives me a weird thrill, given the company it keeps with so many successful experiments.

But the wrongness of these concerns in one case does not mean that they will always be wrong in every case.

You may have similar qualms over rent and the rightness and wrongness of it.

His senses jarred out of slumber with a feeling of wrongness that reacted in instant caution.

The rightness or wrongness of an action lies in its consequences.

If you proved horrid I would suffer, but the world would continue to turn in the right direction—despite your wrongness.

This admission would imply that the universal wrongness of suicide is at any rate not self-evident.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wrongness, such as: crime, error, evil, fault, guilt, and immorality.

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