Similar words: meaningful, wrong, go wrong, long for, strong, bring forward, founding father, prone. Meaning: ['rɔŋfʊl /'rɒ-] adj. 1. having no legally established claim 2. unlawfully violating the rights of others 3. not just or fair.
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1. She decided to sue her employer for wrongful dismissal.
2. She's threatening to sue her employers for wrongful dismissal.
3. He sued the police for wrongful arrest .
4. He always does wrongful acts.
5. He sued his employer for wrongful dismissal.
6. One of her employees sued her for wrongful dismissal.
7. The governor was impeached for wrongful use of state money.
8. She is claiming damages from the company for wrongful dismissal.
9. He issued a writ claiming damages for wrongful dismissal.
10. A wrongful dismissal may be fair.
11. BActress Hunter Tylo is alleging wrongful termination and discrimination.
12. Pending a successful appeal, Downing could claim for wrongful arrest and 27 years unlawful detention.
13. The law says 16 years' wrongful imprisonment for murder is worth ￡100,000 damages.
14. The city is facing many claims for wrongful arrest, totalling millions of dollars.
15. The current trial is of a wrongful death suit brought by the victims' families.
16. So the trial led to the wrongful conviction of Al-Megrahi and the final betrayal of the bereaved families.
17. Now he is being tried for kidnapping, wrongful imprisonment and bodily injury.
18. Experts say the Browns did not file a wrongful death suit to avoid having the children testify against their father.
19. The rest included allegations of wrongful arrest, false imprisonment and loss of property.
20. Every wrongful imprisonment could lead to a civil lawsuit against the city.
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21. He is on hunger strike in protest at what he claims is his wrongful conviction for murder.
22. The police offered no expression of regret at his wrongful arrest.
23. A former employee of the defendants swore an affidavit relating to his claim against the defendants for wrongful dismissal.
24. The money the family receives from the manufacturer for the wrongful death of a child will never satisfy them.
25. In this case the proceedings were commenced in less than one year after the wrongful removal.
26. These positions are usually filled by clever people, allowing both boys and girls to draw wrongful conclusions.
27. Was recently awarded ￡30,000 damages against Thames Valley Police for wrongful arrest and false imprisonment.
28. The rule only applies where the subsequent abuse is a positive wrongful act as opposed to an omission.
29. His view was that the cause of action arose when the damage was suffered and not when the wrongful act was committed.
30. In 1994, a jury awarded him more than half a million dollars for wrongful termination from the utility in 1990.