unrightful

unrightful

(ʌnˈraɪtfʊl)
adj
wrongful; unjust
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LF bluntly denied access, whereupon SF sued for damages of roughly $150 million for breach of postcontractual loyalty, patent infringement, and misappropriation of trade secrets in the form of breach of a confidential relationship and unrightful use of IP.
The princess quest requires players to go through battles at Muspelheim map to seek for the new precious material called Succubus Emblem in order to help Delilah re-seize the throne from her relative - the Unrightful Ruler Sarah.
great regret that we must express our deep disappointment in the state police who, in their fulfillment of unrightful political directives,
In contrast, Article 98 of the Jordanian Penal Code is often invoked as a defense to honor crimes, (128) Article 98 states: "He who commits a crime in a fit of fury caused by an unrightful and dangerous act on the part of the victim, benefits from a reduction of penalty.
The latter, he argues, is that "which inflicts harm and fear among the innocent without a true cause"; it is the terrorism of "oppressors and unrightful rulers.
This is sabotage and unrightful killing," the cleric said.
At the very least then, Havelok reinforces the outspoken stance against unrightful rulers found in the SEL.
Consequently, the following persons are held to make restitution: In the first place, the sellers who received the unrightful privilege (they are the main cause of the harm done, because they persuaded the prince to grant the privilege and to unrightfully impede others from entering the market).
Neither the chapter on "Lincoln and Executive Power" nor that on "Lincoln, the Union, and the Role of the State" contains an essay setting forth the grounds for Lincoln's view of secession as unrightful rebellion.
Her social advantages, it was suggested, would encourage her to abrogate unrightful power to herself.
Generally speaking, classic European gothics, such as Walpole's Castle of Otranto or Radcliffe's Mysteries of Udolpho--not to mention such later American gothic-influenced texts as Hawthorne's The House of the Seven Gables and the short fiction of Poe--contain a past event involving an unrightful and violent usurpation which constrains the actions of succeeding generations.