wrong (n.)
wrong-doing, wrongful gain, unjust claim
2H4 V.i.46[Shallow to Davy, of Visor] I say he shall have no wrong [i.e. he will be treated fairly]
H5 I.ii.27[King Henry to Canterbury, of the blood shed in a wrongful war] a sore complaint / 'Gainst him whose wrongs give edge unto the swords
KJ II.i.168[Constance to Queen Eleanor, of the cause of Arthur's tears] His grandam's wrongs, and not his mother's shames
Mac IV.iii.33[Macduff as if to Macbeth] wear thou thy wrongs
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