Sentence for wrong | Use wrong in a sentence

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  • A little observation of them warned her that something was wrong. (10)
  • After all, it was wrong to think of them like that. (8)
  • And in his thoughts he did old Jolyon wrong. (8)
  • And the worst is, that you may be wrong, and they may be right! (10)
  • Anything that went wrong on the first stages of the journey caused him to recapitulate her epithets and reply to them proudly. (10)
  • But as Clemens grew older he grew more merciful, not to the wrong, but to the men who were in it. (9)
  • But first Fulkerson and then the event proved him wrong. (9)
  • But first, let me acknowledge that I have done you personally a wrong. (10)
  • But he knows that I thought Burnamy in the wrong. (9)
  • But in such a case we somehow think it must be wrong to use our common-sense. (9)
  • But, then, if you marry, that means mutton over again, and perhaps babies, and perhaps the wrong man after all. (8)
  • By supposing such an affection, you make everybody acting unnaturally and wrong, and me most unhappy. (4)
  • Gyp could do no wrong, or, if she could, he would stand by her in it as a matter of course. (8)
  • Had she chosen wrong? (8)
  • He had begun at the wrong end. (4)
  • He had done wrong; had startled her, had fallen short of chivalry! (8)
  • He has only one: Whatever is, is wrong. (8)
  • He hunted me on the road; he seemed to be on the wrong scent. (10)
  • He might learn to love her, and therefore he was wrong in wounding her heart. (10)
  • Her bitter marriage, joyless in all its chapters, indefensible where the man was right as well as where insensately wrong, had been imprisonment. (10)
  • However little of wrong in the circumstances, they imposed a silence on her decent mind, and no conceivable shape of writing would transmit condolences. (10)
  • I am seldom wrong in gauging character; these are his vital spots, and they are of the essence of this matter. (8)
  • I did you a great and shameful wrong when you were younger. (10)
  • I feel at last that whatsoever I do, I cannot go far wrong while I am within hail of my gentle priest. (10)
  • I had not a suspicion that I could be doing anything wrong. (4)
  • I hope this does not proceed from anything wrong, and that I shall not find out I have thought too well of her. (4)
  • I never wanted to do wrong. (8)
  • I remember that you said Richard had done wrong. (10)
  • I was wrong to ask you to marry me so that you might carry out your plans: that was no way to appeal to you. (9)
  • I was wrong to keep on talking. (9)
  • If I was wrong in yielding to persuasion once, remember that it was to persuasion exerted on the side of safety, not of risk. (4)
  • If not wrong, he had a chance. (10)
  • If not, the world by her failure to make good would be impoverished, and her vagary proved wrong. (8)
  • If you need my help I will stand by you, right or wrong. (9)
  • It was ill-bred; it was wrong. (4)
  • It was very wrong of me, you know, to keep any remembrances, after he was married. (4)
  • It would be very wrong if she did. (4)
  • It would be wrong, it would be impossible, to give the man anything after such insolence. (9)
  • Libby, I am very wrong. (9)
  • Little things that seem right may be exactly wrong after all, when we are ignorant. (10)
  • No one quite like her for saying the wrong thing! (8)
  • Nothing wrong in him escaped her. (4)
  • One may go all wrong from the start; and I do really want to get on. (8)
  • Only tell me if I was wrong. (4)
  • Seeing John, however, put her bag down in the wrong place, she felt stronger. (8)
  • She fixed upon one, but she was wrong, and her heart sank. (10)
  • She informed him that something was wrong with Edward; she could not tell what. (10)
  • She knew that he would tell her if ever things went wrong, and he knew that she would ask him whenever she was anxious. (9)
  • She pitied him: she had done him some wrong. (10)
  • Should be awfully sorry if anything goes wrong. (8)
  • Susan saw that much was wrong at home, and wanted to set it right. (4)
  • That fellow went to the wrong station, I suppose, for we saw nothing of him. (10)
  • The wrong was often the source of his wildest drolling. (9)
  • The calamity of my case is that I am in danger of betraying what is wrong with me to others, without knowing it myself. (10)
  • They had the genial ring, though she accepted the wrong young man for but a shadow of the right sort of engagement. (10)
  • They put me in the wrong, between them. (10)
  • Two or three of the least implicated volunteered to be betrayed by him; they went and confessed, and put the Government on a wrong track. (10)
  • What you direct in this house cannot be wrong. (4)
  • You are bound to remember also that you stand in the wrong. (10)

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