Na, but his had need be a guid conscience, for did ever onybody ken eneuch aboot it or him to say richt or wrang til 'im!
He wantit her hame; and he's no are to dee onything ill, or at the wrang moment!
Wo, ye divil of a baste, don't you hear the crathur all runnin down the wrang side o' me.
Your puir head's that hot and moidered—-But what's wrang with you, John, man?
Ill no put hand to ony drumhead paper again, said Watty, for fear it wrang my wee Betty Bodle.
I'm dootin' I've been wrang; mebbe I was 'righteous over-much.'
It wad hae—been a' richt—in oor mind, if I had been married afore—afore it happened—but because we werena married—it was wrang.
What wrang hae I done that you should sit in judgment on me.
Ane forgets ill and wrang when the doer ots taen away—and a violent death like that!
"Noo I ken what's wrang with his gun," Macallister remarked.