3. Not required, intended, or wanted: took a wrong turn.
4. Not fitting or suitable; inappropriate or improper: said the wrong thing.
5. Not in accord with established usage, method, or procedure: the wrong way to shuck clams.
6. Not functioning properly; out of order.
7. Unacceptable or undesirable according to social convention.
8. Designating the side, as of a garment, that is less finished and not intended to show: socks worn wrong side out.
2. a. An invasion or a violation of another's legal rights. b. Law. A tort. See synonyms at injustice.
3. The condition of being in error or at fault: in the wrong.
wronged, wronging, wrongs
do (someone) wrong Informal
To be unfaithful or disloyal.
[Middle English, of Scandinavian origin.]