badness (part of speech: noun)
wrongness (part of speech: noun)
- He felt a peculiar sense of guilt, of wrongness, in thus having jumped out of bed. - "The Trespasser", D.H. Lawrence.
- I am inclined to think that the taste of the poor, the uneducated, is on the right lines, though undeveloped, whilst the taste of the educated consists of beautifully developed wrongness, an exquisite secession from reality. - "A Poor Man's House", Stephen Sydney Reynolds.
- The minute they give up their wrongness, and fall into its line, it works for them as no working of their own could do. - "The Other Girls", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.