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Synonyms for wrongly

in an inaccurate manner

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Perhaps I read her letters wrongly in the past, and am now reading her face wrongly in the present?
He explained that his partner was then absent on an enterprise of importance, and that it particularly behoved himself publicly to accept the blame of what he had rashly done, and publicly to exonerate his partner from all participation in the responsibility of it, lest the successful conduct of that enterprise should be endangered by the slightest suspicion wrongly attaching to his partner's honour and credit in another country.
I can't say either yes or no," she said at last, turning round and walking toward the way she come; "I must wait, lest I should decide wrongly.
Synopsis: What would you do if you were arrested and wrongly charged with a crime?
A prisoner wrongly released from jail walked to his old school friend's pub for a couple of beers before handing himself in.
HUMAN rights lawyer Michael Mansfield believes there are more "Gerry Conlons" wrongly languishing behind bars.
80,820 that was wrongly charged by the department to a passenger travelling from Pakistan to the United Kingdom.
The police constable was dismissed from the force for wrongly calibrating and checking equipment.
MORE than a third of people wrongly believe that being HIV positive bans someone from working as a nursery school teacher, chef or with people with mental illness, according to new research.
IN a report in Monday's Telegraph, Dr Gursharon Virk was wrongly identified as one of four dentists involved in an out-of-court settlement with a patient who had complained about her treatment.
Critics contend Zimmerman wrongly suspected Martin of being a criminal because he was black, making it civil rights issue, while gun rights supporters saw Zimmerman as a persecuted hero who was exercising his Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Since 1989, 303 Americans convicted of crimes have been exonerated by DNA evidence, according to the Innocence Project, which works to free the wrongly convicted.
Mumbai: Within 36 hours after arresting a 35-year-old school bus cleaner at Juhu in north-west Mumbai for allegedly raping a four-year-old nursery student, the city police on Saturday booked him for molestation, after admitting that they wrongly charged the man with rape.
Likely cost: NONE v LIVERPOOL (Oct 27) Blues let off when Luis Suarez's late goal wrongly ruled offside but striker could also have been dismissed for stamp on Distin, and free-kick before late 'goal' wrongly awarded.
REFEREES have been told to take a tough line against cheats, even at the risk of wrongly accusing an innocent victim.