[ US /ˈɹɔŋduɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɒŋduːˌɪŋ/ ]
  1. activity that transgresses moral or civil law
    he denied any wrongdoing
  2. departure from what is ethically acceptable
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How To Use wrongdoing In A Sentence

  • All four men continue to deny any wrongdoing under the criminal and sporting proceedings. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on the part of any of the British peer-to-peer lending platforms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet we make no apology for fighting for our independence as fiercely as we fight in our journalism to expose wrongdoing and hold the powerful to account. Times, Sunday Times
  • U.K. police arrested a female police officer on suspicion of corruption, as a multipronged probe into alleged wrongdoing tied to the News of the World tabloid continues to gather momentum. What's News—
  • There is no suggestion that it benefited from the alleged scam or was involved in any wrongdoing. Times, Sunday Times
  • One can further continue the associations with the contrasts of righteousness and wrongdoing, life and death and the like.
  • The funds did not admit or deny wrongdoing as part of the settlement. Times, Sunday Times
  • He stressed he was not implying wrongdoing by anyone connected with the Minster.
  • Despite revelations of wrongdoing in high places during recent years, Ireland remains a society obsessed with secrecy.
  • It did not admit any wrongdoing. Times, Sunday Times
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