crime, erroneous belief, transgression, decadence, trespass, misbehavior, wrong, debt, error, horseplay, violation, misconduct, naughtiness, villainy, evil, erroneousness, offense, Actus Reus, wrongful conduct, breach, malefaction, excess, depravity, sin, peccancy, deviltry, enormity, fault, iniquity, misplay, malfeasance, immorality, good, wickedness, misdeed, computer error, diablerie, right, mistake
wicked (part of speech: adjective)
corrupt, immoral, felonious, indecent, depraved, sadistic, debauched, iniquitous, improper, obnoxious, shocking, debased, villainous, reprehensible, bad, misdoing, criminal, wicked, perverse, damnable, blameworthy, base, scandalous, sinful, lawbreaking, sinister, degenerate, black, evildoing
- For, indeed, to be truly a victim it must be our own faults, our injustice, wrongdoing, beneath which we suffer. - "Wisdom and Destiny", Maurice Maeterlinck.
- So that in the change itself, I cannot acknowledge or feel wrongdoing. - "The Case of Richard Meynell", Mrs. Humphrey Ward.
- I learnt a little of the difference between right doing and wrongdoing. - "The Great Impersonation", E. Phillips Oppenheim.