Definition of Wrongdoer. Meaning of Wrongdoer. Synonyms of Wrongdoer

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Definition of Wrongdoer

Wrongdoer
Wrongdoer Wrong"do`er, n. 1. One who injures another, or who does wrong. 2. (Law) One who commits a tort or trespass; a trespasser; a tort feasor. --Ayliffe.

Meaning of Wrongdoer from wikipedia

- A wrong (from Old English wrang – 'crooked') is an act that is illegal or immoral. Legal wrongs are usually quite clearly defined in the law of a state...
- Wrongdoers is the sixth studio album by American metalcore band Norma Jean. The album was released on August 6, 2013, and is the band's second release...
- The Wrongdoers is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Hugh Dierker and starring Lionel Barrymore, Anne Cornwall and Henry Hull. Lionel Barrymore...
- ****ociation of Wrongdoers (French: ****ociation de Malfaiteurs) is a 1987 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi. Gérard and Thierry are business partners...
- three types. In the first, and generally most violent form, a wrongdoer or wrongdoers might be dragged from their home or place of work and paraded by...
- last could include such measures as isolation, in order to prevent the wrongdoer's having contact with potential victims, or the removal of a hand in order...
- identify wrongdoers; (ii) to find and preserve evidence that may substantiate or support an action against either known or unknown wrongdoers, or even...
- Mihnea cel Rău (Mihnea the Wrongdoer/Mean/Evil; c.1460 – 12 March 1510), the son of Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Țepeș), and his first wife, was Voivode (Prince)...
- independent life of its own. Until purged by the sacrificial death of the wrongdoer, society would be chronically infected by catastrophe." An example is...
- profits is usually ordered where payment of damages would still leave the wrongdoer unjustly enriched at the expense of the wronged party. However, orders...