[ UK /ɹˈɒŋduːɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɔŋˈduɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who transgresses moral or civil law
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How To Use wrongdoer In A Sentence

  • If the situation arose through that person's purposeful negligence, however, then he is considered a purposeful wrongdoer.
  • By counting each e-mail sent by a white-collar wrongdoer as a separate case of wire fraud, prosecutors can threaten him with a gargantuan sentence unless he confesses, or informs on his boss.
  • Accordingly, such noxal actions are permitted only where the wrongdoer is a slave, and indeed we find it often laid down by old legal writers that sons in power may be sued personally for their own delicts. The Institutes of Justinian
  • All suffering recoils on the wrongdoer himself.
  • I'm happier if we can use our understanding of criminal mechanisms to prevent cybercrime, not just penalize wrongdoers after the fact.
  • Should a problem arise between two sisters, then `humbly and charitably "the abbess should correct the wrongdoer. RIDDLE ME THIS
  • When Coakley ascended to the Attorney General's office, she continued to take the easy route focusing her attention on garden clubs, non-kosher delis and lite-brite artists as opposed to chasing after real wrongdoers. Casey Sherman: Martha Coakley: Democrat Doomed from the Start
  • A wrongdoer is constantly haunted by the fear of discovery.
  • Deciding when to inform on wrongdoers is one of the most wrenching dilemmas we can face.
  • He is God's servant an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer.
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