All Adverb
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  • He was of the thought that this section of people were wrongly represented in films.
  • A man of few words, which, along with his appearance, might have others wrongly doubt his intelligence.
  • It is sometimes wrongly assumed that English-speaking countries share a sign language.
  • How can I worry about my personal safety and not care about those wrongly accused?
  • Our children have been wrongly taught that their ancestors did evil things, that their country is evil.
  • Oh was wrongly said to have been born in Japan, due to his career playing Japanese characters.
  • Plato said that such a man would judge himself wrongly and choose his own interest over the truth.
  • However, he believed the power to move the body was wrongly imagined to come from the soul.
  • Having joined a league against the emperor, he was accused, probably wrongly, of an attempt to murder him.
  • When the story first broke, many wrongly believed the incident to be terrorism related.
  • US editions of the album wrongly stated that the album was recorded in England.
  • He will soon head a new clinic to help free wrongly convicted prisoners.
  • He becomes a cool looking guy after he was wrongly accused of being miss communication.
  • They wrongly assume she is a killer, though she does not say a single word.
  • People wrongly think they have direct insight into the origins of their mental states.
  • He also took up the cause of mental hospitals, to which he believed too many old people were being wrongly committed.
  • Round-trip engineering is often wrongly defined as simply supporting both forward and reverse engineering.
  • Tony Davis was wrongly sent off for what was later seen as a legal challenge.
  • He has then taken up the violin, which he wrongly believes he can play beautifully.
  • Her life turns upside down when she is wrongly convicted of her husband's murder.
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Meaning of wrongly

  • adverb Without justice or fairness
    wouldst not play false and yet would wrongly win"- Shakespeare