Definition of Wrongful:

  1. Characterized by injustice or unfairness.

  2. (of an act) not fair, just, or legal.

Synonyms of Wrongful

Unjustified, Unwarranted, Unjust, Unfair, Undue, Undeserved, Uncalled for, Unreasonable, Unnecessary, Groundless, Indefensible, Inappropriate, Improper, Unlawful, Illegal, Illegitimate, Illicit, Aberrant, Abnormal, Abominable, Actionable, Against the law, Anarchic, Anarchistic, Anomic, Atrocious, Black-market, Bootleg, Chargeable, Contraband, Contrary to law, Criminal, Delinquent, Deviant, Disgraceful, Evil, Felonious, Flawed, Hardly the thing, Ignominious, Illegal, Illegitimate, Illicit, Impermissible, Improper, Inappropriate, Incorrect, Indecorous, Inequitable, Infamous, Iniquitous, Irregular, Justiciable, Lawless, Nonconstitutional, Nonlegal, Nonlicit, Not done, Not the thing, Off-base, Off-color, Out-of-line, Outlaw, Outlawed, Punishable, Sacrilegious, Scandalous, Shameful, Shameless, Sinful, Terrible, Triable, Unallowed, Unauthorized, Unbalanced, Unconstitutional, Under-the-counter, Under-the-table, Undeserved, Undue, Unequal, Unequitable, Uneven, Unfit, Unfitting, Unjust, Unlawful, Unmeet, Unmerited, Unofficial, Unrighteous, Unrightful, Unseemly, Unstatutory, Unsuitable, Unwarrantable, Unwarranted, Wicked, Wrong

How to use Wrongful in a sentence?

  1. He is suing the police for wrongful arrest.

Meaning of Wrongful & Wrongful Definition