Another word for wrong
evil, sinful, illegal, wicked, naughty, salacious, base, indecent, risquÃ©, blasphemous, ungodly, amoral, dissolute, dissipated, wanton, profane, sacrilegious, depraved, corrupt, profligate, shady*, low-down*, smutty*.
inexact, erroneous, sophistical, mistaken, in error, incorrect, fallacious, untrue, erring, astray, amiss, ungrounded, spurious, unsubstantial, unsound, erratic, deceiving one self, in the wrong, under an error, beside the mark, laboring under a false impression, out of line, at fault, to no purpose, not right, awry, faulty, mishandled, miscalculated, misfigured, misconstructed, misconstrued, misfashioned, mismade, altered, not precise, perverse, anachronistic, at fault in one's reckoning, wide of the mark, not according to the facts, abounding in error, badly estimated, beyond, the range of probable error, a mile off*, all off*, gummed up*, crazy*.
Referring to a side to be kept from view
vice, sin, misdemeanor, crime, immorality, turpitude, indecency, transgression, misdeed, unfairness, imposition, oppression, foul play, prejudice, bias, favor, unlawful practice, villainy, delinquency, misdoing, error, miscarriage, mistake, blunder, offense, faux pas (French), wrongdoing, violation, tort.
hurt, persecution, injustice, malevolence, cruelty, libel, abuse, harm, damage, spite, slander, false report, slight, misusage, outrage, inhumanity, over-presumption, insult, discourtesy, raw deal*, bum steer*, dirt*.
wrong implies the inflicting of unmerited injury or harm upon another he was wronged by false charges; oppress implies a burdening with harsh, rigorous impositions or the cruel or unjust use of power oppressed by heavy taxation; persecute suggests constant harassment or the relentless infliction of cruelty and suffering the persecuted minorities of Nazi Germany; aggrieve suggests just or legitimate grounds for complaint or resentment for wrongs or injuries done aggrieved by the company's ill-treatment of him; abuse suggests improper or hurtful treatment, as by the use of harsh punishment or insulting or coarse language felt abused by his father's constant haranguing
Another word for wrongadjective
Containing an error or errors:erroneous, fallacious, false, inaccurate, incorrect, mistaken, off, unsound, untrue. Idioms: all wet, in error, off base, off (or wide of) the mark. See correct
Devoid of truth:counterfactual, false, specious, spurious, truthless, untrue, untruthful. See true
Morally objectionable:bad, black, evil, immoral, iniquitous, peccant, reprobate, sinful, vicious, wicked. See right
Not in accordance with what is usual or expected:amiss, astray, awry, sour. See surprise, thrive
Afflicted with or exhibiting irrationality and mental unsoundness:brainsick, crazy, daft, demented, disordered, distraught, dotty, insane, lunatic, mad, maniac, maniacal, mentally ill, moonstruck, off, touched, unbalanced, unsound. (Informal) bonkers, cracked, daffy, gaga, loony. (Slang) bananas, batty, buggy, cuckoo, fruity, loco, nuts, nutty, screwy, wacky. (Chiefly British) crackers. (Law) non compos mentis. Idioms: around the bend, crazy as a loon, mad as a hatter, not all there, nutty as a fruitcake, off (or out of) one's head, off one's rocker, of unsound mind, out of one's mind, sick in the head, stark raving mad. See sane
A wicked act or wicked behavior:crime, deviltry, diablerie, evil, evildoing, immorality, iniquity, misdeed, offense, peccancy, sin, wickedness, wrongdoing. See right
That which is morally bad or objectionable:evil, iniquity, peccancy, sin, wickedness. See right
Lack of justice:inequity, iniquity, injustice, unfairness, unjustness. See law, right
An act that is not just:disservice, inequity, injustice, raw deal. (Law) injury. See law, right