VI. WORDS RELATING TO THE SENTIMENT AND MORAL POWERS

IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS

1. Moral obligations

Wrong.

[Antonyms: right.]

[Nouns] wrong; what ought not to be, what should not be; malum in se; unreasonableness, grievance; shame.

injustice; unfairness; iniquity, foul play, partiality, leaning; favor, favoritism; nepotism, party spirit; undueness [more]; unlawfulness [more].

robbing Peter to pay Paul; the wolf and the lamb; vice [more].

"a custom more honored in the breach than the observance" [Hamlet].

[Verbs] be wrong; cry to heaven for vengeance.

do wrong; be inequitable; favor, lean towards; encroach upon, impose upon; reap where one has not sown; give an inch and take an ell; rob Peter to pay Paul.

[Adjectives] wrong, wrongful; bad, too bad; unjust, unfair; inequitable, unequitable; unequal, partial, one-sided; injurious.

objectionable; unreasonable, unallowable, unwarrantable, unjustifiable; improper, unfit; unjustified [more]; illegal [more]; iniquitous; immoral [more].

in the wrong, in the wrong box.

[Adverbs] wrongly

[Phrases] it will not do.

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