Examples of wrongdoer in a Sentence
anticorruption crusaders are going after wrongdoers at every level of the nation's government
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This man has done nothing to create confidence that wrongdoers will be accountable, answerable.
To them, this general ruling from Iraq’s most senior religious cleric was not a condemnation of certain wrongdoers, but a blanket call to replace the elite.
In the big picture, the American kakistocracy isn’t well equipped to punish an elite wrongdoer like Wells Fargo.
In the run-up to Mexico’s July 1 presidential vote, corruption and impunity for wrongdoers has been a big campaign issue.
Dylan says wrongdoers are marked by their histories.
Opponents said the limits would diminish the AG's ability to go after corporate wrongdoers.
And while yes, if court-storming were banned this wouldn’t have happened, the onus is on the wrongdoer.
The Dao incident was a case in which the wrongdoer got what was coming to them without involving the expensive and fear-inducing machinery of Washington.
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WRONGDOER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrongdoer for English Language Learners
: a person who does something that is morally or legally wrong
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