wrong-fully

wrongful

[rawng-fuhl, rong-]
adjective
1.
unjust or unfair: a wrongful act; a wrongful charge.
2.
having no legal right; unlawful: The court ruled it was a wrongful diversion of trust income.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see wrong, -ful

wrongfully, adverb
wrongfulness, noun
unwrongful, adjective
unwrongfully, adverb
unwrongfulness, noun

wrong, wrongful.
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wrongful (ˈrɒŋfʊl)
 
adj
immoral, unjust, or illegal
 
'wrongfully
 
adv
 
'wrongfulness
 
n

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