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rightly or wrongly

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  • rightly or wrongly — phrase used for saying that something is true, whether people think it is a good thing or a bad thing They believe, rightly or wrongly, that their violent protest will achieve their aims. Thesaurus: ways of emphasizing that something is true or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • rightly or wrongly — used for saying that something is true, whether people think it is a good thing or a bad thing They believe, rightly or wrongly, that their violent protest will achieve their aims …   English dictionary

  • rightly — right|ly [ˈraıtli] adv 1.) correctly, or for a good reason ≠ ↑wrongly ▪ I was, as you rightly said , the smallest boy in the class. ▪ As you so rightly pointed out , things are getting worse. ▪ They have been treated badly, and they are rightly… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wrongly — wrong|ly [ˈrɔŋli US ˈro:ŋ ] adv 1.) not correctly or in a way that is not based on facts ≠ ↑rightly ▪ Matthew was wrongly diagnosed as having a brain tumour. ▪ His name had been wrongly spelt. 2.) in a way that is unfair or immoral ≠ ↑rightly ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rightly — right|ly [ raıtli ] adverb ** 1. ) for a good reason: It was a vicious foul, and the referee rightly removed him from the game. quite rightly (=very rightly): Everyone is quite rightly concerned about what is going to happen now. and rightly so ( …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rightly — adverb 1 for a good or sensible reason: The audience was rightly outraged at this suggestion. | quite rightly BrE: She insisted, quite rightly, that we all put our seat belts on. 2 correctly: As she rightly pointed out, this will do nothing to… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • wrongly — adverb 1 incorrectly or in a way that is not based on facts: You re holding the racket wrongly. | Matthew was wrongly diagnosed as having a brain tumour. 2 in a way that is unfair or immoral: wrongly convicted/imprisoned/accused/blamed: Human… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rightly */*/ — UK [ˈraɪtlɪ] / US adverb 1) for a good reason It was a vicious foul, and the referee rightly sent him off. quite rightly (= very rightly): Everyone is quite rightly concerned about what is going to happen now. and rightly so (= very rightly): The …   English dictionary

  • wrongly — adverb /ˈrɒŋli,ˈrɔːŋli/ a) In an unfair or immoral manner; unjustly. I wrongly assumed that it would be an easy job. b) Incorrectly; by error. Syn: incorrectly, mistakenly …   Wiktionary

  • rightly — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. uprightly, justly, fairly, with reason, in justice, properly, fitly, correctly, appropriately, suitably, exactly, truly; see also accurately , well 2 . Ant. wrongly*, without reason, erroneously …   English dictionary for students

  • wrongly — (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Unjustly] Syn. unfairly, prejudicially, wrongfully, badly, unjustifiably, illegally, disgracefully, sinfully, unreasonably, unlawfully, criminally, reprehensibly, inexcusably. Ant. rightly*, decently, justly. 2.… …   English dictionary for students


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