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Unright

Unright \Un*right"\, a. [AS. unriht. See Un- not, and Right.] Not right; wrong. [Obs.]
--Gower.

Unright

Unright \Un*right"\, n. A wrong. [Obs.]

Nor did I you never unright.
--Chaucer.

Unright

Unright \Un*right"\, v. t. [1st pref. un- + right.] To cause (something right) to become wrong. [Obs.]
--Gower.

Wiktionary

unright

Etymology 1 n. (context archaic English) That which is not right; wrong; injustice. Etymology 2

vb. (context transitive English) To make wrong. Etymology 3

  1. Not right; unrighteous; unjust; wrong. Etymology 4

    adv. (context archaic or obsolete English) wrong.

Usage examples of "unright".

Their wrongs not only remain unrighted but the very officers who so cruelly subjected them to barbarous humiliation retain office under the Government.

Their wrongs not only unrighted but the very officers who so cruelly subjected them to barbarous humiliation retain office under the Government.

Guilt, for actions left undone, for wrongs unrighted, for self-indulgence.