wrongdoing

[rawng-doo-ing, -doo-, rong-]
noun
1.
behavior or action that is wrong, evil, or blameworthy.
2.
an act that is wrong, evil, or blameworthy; misdeed; sin.

Origin:
1470–80; wrong + doing

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wrongdoing (ˈrɒŋˌduːɪŋ)
 
n
the act or an instance of doing something immoral or illegal

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Example sentences
When the provisional government heard she had returned, they came to hear her
  story and absolved her of any wrongdoing.
Despite widespread accusations of bias and manipulation of data, the
  researchers involved were cleared of wrongdoing.
But nobody has turned up specific evidence of wrongdoing.
The attorney-general's ruling that there was no evidence of wrongdoing merely
  provided face-saving cover for his inevitable exit.
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