The farmer followed him with his eyes, and when he saw that he had cleared the wood and was no longer in sight, he turned to his boy Andres, and said, "Come here, my son, I want to pay you what I owe you, as that undoer of wrongs
has commanded me.
In leaving the prison against the will of the Athenians, do I wrong
It was revenge which kept him going--that and a feeling that in his suffering he was partially expiating the great wrong
he had done the girl he loved--for hope of saving her from the fate into which he had trapped her had never existed.
I've no right to be hard towards them as have done wrong
It's manifestly absurd to say that Hirsch can have made a mistake about a paper that nobody knew of but himself; or can have tried to help a foreign thief by telling him to fumble in the wrong
Each one, a small but determined opposition to the order of things in general, is forever doing the wrong
thing at the wrong
time, in the wrong
place and in the wrong
If I could not be persuaded into doing what I thought wrong
, I never will be tricked into it.
Equally right or wrong
is he who says that Napoleon went to Moscow because he wanted to, and perished because Alexander desired his destruction, and he who says that an undermined hill weighing a million tons fell because the last navvy struck it for the last time with his mattock.
He is unfortunate in two ways--because he has done something wrong
and because he is deprived of his liberty.
His mind was crazed with dwelling upon the wonderful discovery he had made, and if he wronged
them he contemplated a still more terrible wrong
to be inflicted upon me, his daughter.
If you can't tell which is wrong
of two, then how much harder must it be to tell which is wrong
of two dozen?
We none of us liked her, and we all suspect there's something wrong