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Idioms about wrong

Origin of wrong

before 1100; (adj.) Middle English wrong, wrang,Old English wrang, perhaps <Old Danish wrang; compare Danish vrang wrong, Old Norse rangr awry; (v. and adv.) Middle English, derivative of the adj.; (noun) Middle English; Old English wrang, derivative of the adj.; akin to wring

OTHER WORDS FROM wrong

wronger, nounwrongly, adverbwrongness, nounquasi-wrong, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH wrong

wrong , wrongful
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How to use wrong in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for wrong

Derived forms of wrong

wronger, nounwrongly, adverbwrongness, noun

Word Origin for wrong

Old English wrang injustice, from Old Norse vrang; see wring
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Other Idioms and Phrases with wrong

wrong

see back the wrong horse; bark up the wrong tree; do someone wrong; get someone wrong; get up on the wrong side of bed; go wrong; in the wrong; on the right (wrong) foot; on the right (wrong) tack; right (wrong) side of the tracks; rub the wrong way; take the wrong way; two wrongs do not make a right.

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