References in classic literature ?
What was wrong he did not know, yet he sensed the wrongness and watched suspiciously.
The opening is truly nightmarish, not only in its perfectly executed child's bedroom horror but in a deep feeling of uncanny wrongness that is something like the hideous, vivid incoherence of the worst dreams.
I observe them constantly worrying over the rightness and the wrongness of their decision.
My friend is not the first person to see the wrongness in this.
However, the sad fact is that despite the passion many of us feel towards the utter wrongness of the situation we have--for the most part--failed to make their issue the international cause celebre it deserves to be.
On the recent US air strikes in Syria, Lynch said that there was "great unanimity among civilized countries, including Kuwait and the US, over the wrongness of the horrific attack with chemical weapons.
Despite some hesitation, Andres follows Roman to a party, where he is overcome with a sense of wrongness.
Unfortunately, most of us are deeply programmed in the belief that there is 'right and wrong' that we jump, even if it's only in our mind, and judge and condemn others for what we perceive as their wrongness.
There's the plain wrongness of discarded and dried-out Play-Doh (that bland brown it goes, gah), the entirely black masterpieces, and the half-done peg fairies that drive me to boiling point.
Low self-esteem is the belief that there is something wrong with us, that we don't fit in, that others see this wrongness about us.
The market does not introduce wrongness where there was not any previously.
Deep down, it seems, Planck knew the wrongness of it all, but his allegiance to the state overwhelmed any impulse he might have had to stand up, speak out or leave.