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wronged

[ rawngd, rongd ]
/ rɔŋd, rɒŋd /
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adjective
treated unfairly or unjustly: the wronged party in the dispute.
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Origin of wronged

First recorded in 1540–50; wrong + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM wronged

un·wronged, adjective
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