[rawng-doo-ing, -doo-, rong-]
Origin of wrongdoing
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Examples from the Web for wrongdoing
Farenthold denies all the allegations and is confident that he will “be cleared of any wrongdoing.”Texas Congressman Sued Over "Wet Dreams" About Former Staffer
December 16, 2014
Shadman was detained for 77 days before being released after a U.S. Military Tribunal in 2012 found no wrongdoing.
The Afghans released the accounts a few months later after they found no wrongdoing.
Twice he has been cleared of wrongdoing—first by a military tribunal and then the Afghan courts.
The good Lord has saved a special place in Hell for all those responsible for this wrongdoing.Wrongly Imprisoned for 15 Years Thanks to an Innocence Project
November 13, 2014
She smiled condescendingly, like a mother does when a child admits a wrongdoing.The Odyssey of Sam Meecham
Charles E. Fritch
Does your good uncle know or suspect this wrongdoing of yours?Hidden Hand
Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
So it is for the teacher, more than the pupil, to beware of wrongdoing.My Reminiscences
She was his friend, and her heart ached because of his wrongdoing.The Highgrader
William MacLeod Raine
She was conscious of a feeling of wrongdoing yet she did not recognize it as such.The Girl Scouts at Home
Katherine Keene Galt
- the act or an instance of doing something immoral or illegal
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Word Origin and History for wrongdoing
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