Definition of wronged
: being injured unjustly : suffering a wrong
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In Cincinnati, outside the Reds' Great American Ballpark, Pete Rose, who got his very own statue recently, was always a wronged man.
Any overtures are hers to make, as the wronged party.
If a wronged party isn’t willing to participate, the court isn’t likely to take up an offender’s case—although in some circumstances, Sheehan said, a victim may be able to send a representative in their place.
But legal experts say Theranos isn’t the only potentially wronged party here.
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