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Wrong, adj. 1) not right, not that which was intended or ought to be: “I have directed you to w. places,” Wiv. III, 1, 110. “you took the w.” V, 5, 201. “to turn the w. side out:” Ado III, 1, 68. Tw. III, 1, 14. Lr. IV, 2, 9. Oth. II, 3, 54.
2) false, mistaken, erring: “that my steeled sense or changes right or w.” Sonn. 112, 8 (cf. Right, adj. 2). “she's in a w. belief,” H6A II, 3, 31. “the argument you held was w. in you,” II, 4, 57. “by false intelligence or w. surmise,” R3 II, 1, 54. “opinion, whose w. thought defiles thee,” Lr. III, 6, 119. “w. imaginations,” IV, 6, 290.
3) unjust, illegitimate: “if his cause be w.” H5 IV, 1, 138. “be thy title right or w.” H6C I, 1, 159. “we have your w. rebuke,” Oth. I, 1, 131.
Adverbially: “if you choose w.” Merch. II, 1, 40. III, 2, 2. “it must go w. with you and me,” John I, 41. “we go w.” Troil. V, 1, 74. “how you were w. led,” Ant. III, 6, 80.
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