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action a legal proceeding wherein one party demands its right or claims that wrong has been done by another party; a lawsuit. [1/8 definitions]
all wet completely wrong; mistaken.
amiss out of place; faulty; wrong. [1/2 definitions]
black-and-white of, pertaining to, constituting, or involving absolute opposites, such as right and wrong. [1/3 definitions]
casuistry the application of general ethical principles in determining right and wrong in particular cases. [1/2 definitions]
compunction regret for doing something wrong or harmful; contrition. [1/2 definitions]
condemn to express extreme disapproval of; declare to be wrong, inadequate, or evil. [1/5 definitions]
conscience the human faculty that enables one to decide between right and wrong conduct, esp. in regard to one's own actions. [1/2 definitions]
do's and don'ts actions or customs, collectively correct or appropriate and wrong or inappropriate, respectively.
error a morally wrong act. [2/5 definitions]
ethics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of philosophy that deals with values pertaining to human conduct, such as good and bad or right and wrong actions and motives; moral philosophy. [1/2 definitions]
fool to surprise or prove wrong. [1/11 definitions]
goings-on activities, esp. behavior, regarded as wrong or open to criticism. [1/2 definitions]
ill-timed done or happening at a wrong or inappropriate time; inopportune.
immoral not in accordance with established or accepted rules and standards of right and wrong conduct, esp. those deriving from religious teachings.
incorrect factually wrong. [1/3 definitions]
injure to cause distress, wrong, or hurt to. [1/2 definitions]
injury any damage or wrong that causes hardship or suffering. [1/3 definitions]
innocence freedom from having committed a legally wrong act. [1/5 definitions]
mal- bad; wrong; abnormal.
malapropos at the wrong time; inappropriately. [1/2 definitions]