Thesaurus / wrongs


The English merchants and mariners had wrongs of their own, perpetually renewed, which fed the bitterness of their indignation.

However, I know nothing of the rights or wrongs of the story—if story there is at all.

A Butterfly on the WheelCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

"Until the wrongs of centuries have been avenged," said Arthur.

The Art of DisappearingJohn Talbot Smith

Then they swooped down upon the government with their wrongs once more.

Sketches New and Old, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

The church was no Levite to pass by on the other side away from the struggles and wrongs of the social conflict.

Soul of a BishopH. G. Wells

He was caught by Lizzie as he was descending the stairs, and in the dining-room he poured out the tale of his wrongs.

The Eustace DiamondsAnthony Trollope

How I longed to hear the story of his wrongs from his own lips!

We come to you not in war but in peace, to offer a free pardon, and the redress of your wrongs.

Prester JohnJohn Buchan

And him with all his preachin' about rights and wrongs an' what not!

DemosGeorge Gissing

With intense interest the amiable son of this most execrable father listened to the tale already told of his mother's wrongs.

Mark HurdlestoneSusanna Moodie


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