Examples of wrongful in a Sentence
He is suing his former employer for wrongful termination.
charged with wrongful possession of narcotics
Recent Examples of wrongful from the Web
Families of patients allege in 68 of the cases statewide that doctors, hospitals, nursing home and other medical professionals caused the wrongful death of patients.
The governor’s signature on Senate Bill 43, for which Greitens had not publicly stated his support, will require workers who claim discrimination in wrongful-termination suits to prove that bias was the explicit reason they were fired.
The family of Robert Thomas is suing the yacht club for negligence and wrongful death.
Speaking with Marie Claire, Lahren – who recently settled a wrongful termination suit with the Blaze and Glenn Beck – was asked about her stance on birth control.
In a lawsuit filed earlier this month, the late radio host's widow, Jean Kasem, accused Casey's eldest children, Kerri, Mike, and Julie, for wrongful death, negligence, and fraud, according to People.
Avery and Dassey contend they were framed by police angry with Avery for suing Manitowoc County over his wrongful conviction for sexual assault.
Rice tried suing his former team for wrongful termination.
More than 25 patients and families, from California to Pennsylvania, have sued Olympus alleging wrongful death, negligence or fraud.
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WRONGFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wrongful for English Language Learners
: not legal, fair, or moral
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